Invoicing depends on a validation workflow involving everyone assigned to the mission (freelancers, consultants, sales managers, operational managers, etc.). You must therefore ensure that your timesheets are validated before the end of the month.
Read also: Why do I have to validate timesheets?
There are two ways to validate a timesheet. In this article we will discuss the simplified version. To learn more about the detailed version see this article: Detailed validation of a timesheet.
Click on the Option button then on Validate the timesheet.
Check the General Information: number of days worked, month of the service, unit price, total amount,...
If you have Expenses to check, click on the corresponding tab. To validate the timesheet click on Validate billing voucher.
If there is an error or a change to be made on the timesheet, click on Reject.
Any delay in completing or validating a timesheet results in a delay in payment by the supplier. If there is an error or a change to be made, you can refuse the timesheet.
When a timesheet is rejected, it goes back to the supplier and follows the classic timesheet validation workflow again. Once the timesheet has been validated, it cannot be modified. If a timesheet is not validated after two months, it will be automatically validated at 18 days, or according to the number of days remaining on the project, by our services.