Make the switch to daily invoicing
We’re committed to providing customers with options for managing their monthly trade account. One solution is the ability to receive invoices on a daily frequency. Read on to find out what this means and why it might be a good option for you.
Why are we offering this?
Many customers will receive an invoice at the end of the month for all retail products or fuel purchases made via their PGG Wrightson (PGW) trade account. These invoices may not be received until the 7-8th of the following month if sent via post, and this can put pressure on some customers to recall the transactions and resolve any errors before payment is due.
PGW currently provides a service where invoices are emailed to customers as soon as they are generated. This means invoices are received via email within 24 hours of the transaction occurring. This provides customers with greater flexibility to review and manage invoices.
All account holders now have the option to change to daily invoicing and enjoy a faster and more efficient service.
Monthly versus daily invoicing
Monthly invoicing is when invoices are generated at the end of the month and sent at the same time as the monthly statement. If you transact with us on the 15th of the month, the invoice will be generated the 1st of the following month and posted with your statement or emailed.
Daily invoicing means that invoices are generated and emailed to customers on a daily frequency, or the day the transaction takes place. If you make a transaction on the 3rd of the month, the invoice will be generated that night and lodged to be emailed the next day.
What are the benefits of daily invoicing?
- Receive invoices immediately after they are generated
- Invoices are received while the transaction is still fresh
- More time to query transactions
- No more shuffling paper or waiting for the mail
- Digital documents for easier record keeping
- Option to pay invoices earlier when cashflow is available
Interested? Contact us to make the switch to daily invoicing today!