As mentioned last time, one of the best features of BigTime is its powerful invoicing engine, which can be used to create invoices of all sorts — all of which can be easily customized. But did you know BigTime offers both an invoicing system and an invoicing document? Today, let’s talk about the difference between the two and the benefits you can derive from invoicing out of BigTime vs. QuickBooks. To start, a quick definition: Unlike QuickBooks, BigTime sees an “invoice” as a collection of line item charges and credits you see on screen while the invoice document is the physical piece of paper you send to your customer. It’s a simple but important distinction to remember as you review BigTime’s invoicing options.