Instant digital payment methods like PayPal, Stripe, etc isn’t possible with all kind of transactions. When it comes to wholesale B2B transactions customers would prefer a time gap between delivery of goods and payment. Invoice payment provides this facility for customers. Thus enabling your WooCommerce store to accept invoice payment would benefit your store’s growth.
You can enable options for invoice payment on your WooCommerce store in no time. This article you will guide you through the entire process of it.
Enabling Invoice Payment in your WooCommerce Store
Start by logging into your WordPress dashboard. Now go to WooCoomerce > Settings > Checkout. You can see a number of gateways when scrolling down through the opening page. Choose one gateway from the list which isn’t active in your store.
For example, click cash on delivery. On the opening page, rename the title to invoice payment. Provide a payment method description which customers will see on the website.
Here is the screenshot of the front end of your website. Now customers would be able to make payment via invoice.
The next step would be creating an invoice to send to customers for payment. The invoice should contain the list of good purchased, the purchase bill and the date for making payment. Webtoffee’s PDF Invoice & Packing slip Plugin for WooCommerce provides you the simplest way to generate invoice of your choice for your store. For details on generating an invoice in your store site visit the article on how to get a pdf invoice in WooCommerce.
The success of an online store has a lot to do with providing convenient payment options for customers. That way customers will not have to make the payment right away after a purchase, especially after a bulk purchase. This gives a huge relief for customers. And by keeping your customer satisfied you can make the profit you want for your store.