Invoices and Payments

FL3XX offers comprehensive tracking for your accounting for each of the issued booking invoices. Linking payments to invoices gives the user flexibility to control all information in one section.

A. How does it work?

In the sales module, there are two sections available for users to access:

    • Payment
    • Invoices

The payment section includes options to select previously created templates for T&C , configuration for payment methods,  and guarantees to improve the processing of quotes. This streamlines the processing of quotes and provides the overall payment status for each booking. For more detailed information, please refer to this section.

The Invoices section tracks and provides information on invoices and payments associated with a specific booking. An operator can issue an invoice for a booking by:

    •  Using Invoice button from the top workflow section
workflow panel
    •  Expanding the Invoices section and using "Add Invoice"

invoices panel

The system calculates the total amount of an invoice by taking into account the booking price and any related invoices that have already been issued. You can find the calculated amount displayed in the email panel, next to the invoice number and date, before sending it to the customer.

If the calculated amount is negative, the system automatically recognizes this and converts the invoice into a credit memo.

As part of the certification process for an accounting system FL3XX platform complies with common international accounting practices, ensuring that financial data is transparent and up-to-date. It's important to note that editing an existing invoice or re-using an invoice number that has been already issued is not possible which underscores the need for accuracy and diligence in finalizing correct details before issuing an actual invoice.  The quote or proforma phase is crucial in setting the right expectations with customers and capturing all relevant information before the invoice is issued.
Once an invoice is generated and sent to the customer, it will be saved under the Invoices panel with the corresponding information:

    • 1) Total amount: This displays the total value of the booking price that has been invoiced to the customer.
    • 2) Outstanding amount is a pending amount to be paid by Customer
    • 3) Warning information appears when the account has outstanding or unpaid bookings
    • 4) Status of the booking:
      • 1) Not Paid: No payment has been received for any of the generated invoices or no invoice was generated for the booking
      • 2) Partially Paid: At least one payment has been received for the invoice(s), but the payment is not fully covering the total amount
      • 3) Paid: The invoice(s) have corresponding payments fully covering the total amount

full invoices panel

    • Invoice list: 
      • 1) Invoice: displays name of the invoice generated and sent to Customer
      • 2) Amount: Total amount of the issued invoice
      • 3) Date of the issued invoice
      • 4) Remarks: free text field for inserting any additional information
      • 5) Documents: file with the associated auto-generated document or a place where user can attach other document

Generated invoices are kept in the section, and the user has full control over payment creation associated with the invoices whenever they are received to keep the accounting process smooth across the FL3XX application. Payments can be created by selecting [6]"Add Payment" and providing all necessary information in the newly opened [7]section, including the amount, date, and documents.


Useful tips:

If you've already issued an invoice but need to make changes to it and send a new, please follow these steps:

  1. The invoice has been issued to the customer and saved under the Invoices panel
  2. Set the Booking total gross amount to zero.

  3. Overwrite the sold details and save the changes.

  4. Send Credit Memo by using the Invoice button:
    1. The system automatically recognizes a negative amount and changes the invoice to a Credit note
  5. Set the Booking total gross amount back to its initial value.

  6. Overwrite the sold details again and save the changes.

  7. Issue and send the new, corrected invoice.