Hiveage: The Invoicing Platform That Wants to Surpass Freshbooks and Harvest

Vesess is the company behind the popular invoicing service CurdBee which currently serves over 35,000 customers in 140 countries. Today, Vesess announced that the latest iteration of CurdBee, Hiveage, will be officially launching out of its public beta into proper service.

According to the team, the close of yet another stress-packed tax season sees solopreneurs, freelancers, and small businesses searching for a more efficient way to get paid and track business expenses. Hiveage is a SaaS secure cloud platform that provides simple billing tools designed to help small business owners when it comes to billing, invoicing, and reducing overhead.

“As entrepreneurs and business owners ourselves, we know firsthand how time consuming and frustrating the billing process can be,” says Lankitha Wimalarathna, founder and CEO of Vesess. “While many options on the market say they’re ideal for small businesses, they’re usually overly complex for most small businesses with fewer than 20 employees.”

Part of the Hiveage launch out of beta included a flexible, twofold paid subscription plan for its users. The new subscription starts at $1.95 per month, but if users decide they aren’t ready to commit to the platform, there is an option that will always be available and allows for unlimited invoices to be sent to an unlimited number of clients.

The team is dead-set on surpassing their competitors like Freshbooks and Harvest, and they think that the new features will put them ahead when it comes to both user functionality and cost effectiveness.

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