Avaza launches powerful Timesheet Approvals

By | Time Tracking, Timesheets | 2 Comments

Since this article was published, we have updated Timesheet Approvals. You can get updated information here.

We’re pleased to announce the launch of Avaza’s powerful and flexible new Timesheet Approval functionality.

Flexible enforcement of Timesheet Approvals

In the past customers have impressed on us the need to have optional timesheet approvals. So no need to worry if your business doesn’t need them, as these won’t suddenly get in your way.

So how flexible is our design? Well we don’t require you turn on approvals for your whole account, for a specific user, or for an entire project. Read More

Avaza adds Google Apps support

By | Getting Started | No Comments

We are delighted to announce our support for Google Apps.

Signing up for your Avaza account with your Google Apps domain couldn’t be easier. Avaza is listed in the Google Apps for Work Marketplace and ready to be installed for your domain. Once enabled you can enjoy single sign-on and import your google contacts with a click of a button.

After installing Avaza, users can access Avaza straight from Google’s universal navigation in the same way as they would access other Google Apps such as Google Mail or Calendar. Read More

Avaza’s new Estimates module released

By | Estimates, Invoices | No Comments

Since this article was published, we have updated our Estimates module. You can get updated information here.

We’re excited to announce the release of the Estimates module for Avaza.
Starting today, all customers on both Free and Paid plans will have access to this module.

So what does it mean for you?

Well the Estimates module allows you to create & send estimates/quotes to clients, and track responses.
Creating an estimate is a lot like creating an invoice. You assign an estimate to a client/customer, add line items, descriptions, expiry date & notes.

Estimates can be customized and branded via templates just like Invoices. You can also customize the email template used when sending Estimates & sending Estimate Reminders.

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Avaza adds Paypal Payment support

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We’re excited to announce support for Paypal among Avaza’s invoice payment providers.
Paypal is one of the more popular payment providers that doesn’t require you to set up a merchant account with a bank.

You can quickly link your existing Paypal account, and start receiving credit card payments from customers in the currencies supported by Paypal.

To get started, log into your Avaza account and go to Settings Cog > Online Payments.
Then add a Paypal provider. You’ll just need to enter your Paypal email. Be careful to make sure you’ve got the email address correct, as at time of writing Paypal still doesn’t have a good way for us to check your email is correct.
Once you’ve set up a link to Paypal, you can enable the provider on any of your Invoice Templates via Settings Cog > Invoice Settings.

For invoices in supported currencies, a Pay Now button will be displayed allowing your customers to pay you immediately.
Both full and partial invoice payments are supported, and when payments are received they are automatically recorded into your Avaza account and you will receive an email notification..

We hope you enjoy this new integration, and we look forward to your feedback.

Kind Regards,

Tim & Behram
Avaza Founders