Being busy no longer means invoices slipping through the cracks. Invoicing is easier, and so is getting paid, with Jobber’s customizable invoicing process.

Eliminate double entry by using Jobber to seamlessly move a completed job’s line items and costs into a ready-to-deliver invoice format.

Jobber’s service invoicing software reminds you to create and send invoices, and tracks invoices sent, paid, and past due.

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Invoice templates

Send your clients professional invoices by customizing Jobber invoice templates with your company branding and messaging.

Add all of the essential information—line items, total, due date, payment options—and choose to include your company’s logo, website, email, phone number, and more.

From your logo, to a customizable disclaimer, to colors—you control what your clients see on their invoices.
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Field Service Invoice Templates

Batch Invoicing

Spend less time tracking, creating, and sending invoices. Batch create and send all your invoices at your convenience.

Jobber keeps a running list of all jobs available for invoicing, and you select exactly which jobs and visits you’d like to create invoices for. A couple more clicks and you can email out all of the invoices you create, or, if your customers prefer snail mail, Jobber will queue up invoices and envelope labels for printing.

Send out multiple invoices with only a few clicks at the end of the week, month—whatever works for your business.

Send all your monthly invoices in a few clicks with Jobber’s batch invoicing.

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Payment Tracking

Jobber reminds you to send invoices for completed work and you’ll always know which invoices have been paid.

It’s easy to see how many invoices are awaiting payment and how many are past due, along with the dollar amount the invoices are worth.

Invoice and Payment Tracking

Invoice Reminders

Jobber marks jobs with a ‘requires invoicing’ status, so you can see exactly which jobs need to be invoiced.

You set a reminder schedule, choosing from options including ‘after each visit,’ ‘once a contract is complete,’ and ‘on the last day of the month,’ or set a custom schedule, and Jobber helps ensure that invoice opportunities don’t slip through the cracks.

Frequently asked questions

What is an invoice?

In basic terms, an invoice is a bill sent to your customers after you complete a job or visit. The invoice establishes what services you or your company provided, how much is due and when, and how your customer can pay. Field service invoicing software like Jobber helps you streamline your invoicing process and turn hours of invoicing into a 10-minute task with our batch invoicing feature.

When is the best time to send an invoice?

Typically, invoices are sent upon the successful completion of a job (we dig deeper into the idea of invoicing before or after a job in this article). In this case, you know the client is happy and that your work on the project is finished or any remaining work has been negotiated under a new agreement. It’s best not to let too much time lapse between finishing a project and invoicing for it. Tardiness can lead to confusion and delays in getting paid.

How can I make it easier for clients to pay me?

Offer an online payment option like Jobber Payments. Jobber customers offering online payments get paid 2x faster than cash.

Will Jobber work with my accounting software?