Welcome to Microsoft Invoicing


Microsoft Invoicing will soon be retired.

Effective February 8th, 2020, Microsoft Invoicing will no longer be available. You can export your data any time before that date.

Invoicing is an easy to use online and mobile app that can help send invoices, manage your expenses, and monitor your cash flow. With Invoicing, you can get paid faster by seamlessly creating, editing, sending invoices, and accepting payments. It's easy to add new customers, mark invoices as paid when you receive payment, and view monthly and yearly sales.

Who can access Invoicing?

To get access to Invoicing, you must have an Office 365 Business Premium subscription. You can access Invoicing from the Office 365 app launcher. Invoicing is currently available to customers in Canada, the United States, and the United Kingdom.

Get to the Invoicing dashboard

To get an overview of your business, use Invoicing as your dashboard. Just sign in to Office 365, choose the Invoicing icon (or search for it) in the app launcher. Alternatively, bookmark this page and log in with your Office 365 account: https://businesscentral.dynamics.com/invoicing?redirectedfromsignup=1

The Invoicing home page shows key points of interest about your business, such as the outstanding amount for invoices that have not yet been paid, and the overdue amount for invoices that should have been paid by now.

The home page also gives you easy access to key tasks, such as creating new invoices or estimates, adding customers or new products to sell.

Get Invoicing on your mobile device

Access your Invoicing data from your mobile device. Then start capturing invoices to send to your customers right there on your phone.

Get the Invoicing app on your mobile device by downloading the app from the App Store, or Google Play.
App Store Google Play

See Also

Set up your business information
Send an invoice to a new customer