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This week on Startup Blitz, Mich Atagana chats with Gerhard du Toit and Justin Zwart. They are both co-founders of Ninja Invoice — a company that provides an invoicing platform aiming to make quoting and invoicing frustration-free.
Specifically targeting freelancers and SMEs, Ninja Invoice hopes to stand out from the rest of the competition with its simple and intuitive system. Like ninjas, the invoicing process promises to be quick, and setting-up an invoice or quote is also very customizable for any business.
The company prides itself on aiming to be as affordable and easy-to-use as possible. Ninja Invoice offers the same pro subscription package to everyone, but has three pricing tiers saving you money the more months you buy upfront. One month starts at US$15, whereas one year will cost you US$150, effectively giving you two months for free.
The company launched in July, but recently came out of invite-only mode, and hopes to gain traction quickly. Ninja Invoice may well make invoicing simple and intuitive, it might even make it fun.