Lastly, you will need to consider the production of your template. Depending on your industry you need to pick the best invoice to suit your needs. For example, you may use an invoice template that you customize electronically and print from the convenience of your office before submitting to your client. Or perhaps, the invoice will be sent electronically through email. Or you may require a handwritten invoice form that your technician can complete in the field. Most likely, your company will require a combination of these. Using a template can ensure that your companys design and branding elements are consistent.
Having finally designed the invoice template, you will have to print it. Here, again, you have some options. For one, you may simply customize your invoice template and print the invoice within your office, and submit them to your customer. You may even electronically transmit your invoice, using the email. At times, you may need to provide blank invoices to your servicing staff, enabling them to prepare invoices on the spot and to hand them over to customers for collecting payments. You may also consider having a combination of all these.