UCollect – Effortless invoice collection

If you send invoices to the same customers on a regular basis, you know that chasing payments can be a real pain. uCollect can help automate that process by using debit orders and Pay Now. Automation ensures that you get paid on time, every time with no fuss. Integration with Xero accounting platform marks your invoices as paid speeding up your reconciliation.

5 Key features

Billing through Xero
Through Netcash’s Pay Now, Xero invoices can be paid at a click of a button, making payment easier and faster. Invoices can be automatically debited from clients using Netcash’s Debit Orders and Xero Accounting. This process is automated through uCollect.

Accounting Integration
Deep integration with Xero to identify invoices for collection and record payment.

Debit Orders
Process Same-day or Two-day debit orders.

Installment Plans
Collect a single invoice over multiple pre-scheduled payments.

Netcash Statement
Your Debit Orders and Pay Now solution transactions will be on one statement, making reconciliation easier and faster.

Integrated to:

Debit Orders

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The history of uCollect

uCollect was created in 2016 to help Xero users automatically collect receivable invoices through pre-authorised bank or credit charges.

Benefits of using an integrated Billing solution:

Issue an invoice for easy online payment

Send your customers an invoice from your accounting software for immediate online payment. Many of the integrated solutions allow for invoices to have multiple Pay Now payment options on the footer, including a ‘click to pay’ button.

Offer multiple payment options

Make paying more convenient for your customers so that you get paid quicker. Payment options available include Instant EFT, Bank EFT, Credit Card, Visa Checkout, Cash Payments and QR using major wallets or banking apps.

Automated reconciliation

Easily reconcile your invoice payments to accounting software off a single Netcash statement. Save time, increase accuracy and eliminate the risk of misallocation.