JustPaid is the easiest way to collect your revenue

Allow us to start collections on your behalf

Move away from spreadsheets to collaborate on collections

You’ve gotten that sale locked in!

Your team is working on the deliverables and everything is looking good, but it has been more than 30 days since you sent an invoice, and no payment has been received.

And, you have more than one customer invoice that you need to follow up with. Sending a friendly nudge and getting a status update is so helpful to know when you are planning your next steps in the hiring process, paying large bills and managing cash flow.

Simply review the A/R aging report on your JustPaid dashboard, and allow us to start collecting on your behalf.

How it works

JustPaid's "Collections with AI", is designed to facilitate and streamline the process of unpaid invoice collections. It uses AI to automatically initiate communication with customers, track email interactions, parse natural language responses, and make appropriate follow-ups based on customer responses.

Scheduled reminders to your customers

JustPaid notifies your customers with automatic reminders 5 days before the due date, on the due date and 10 days past due.

The system tracks email for open status and interactions, and updates the status in the collection log.

Updated payment status with details

When JustPaid gets a response from an engaged customer, we update the payment status with our notes.

The system generates an automated response based on the parsed customer feedback, and updates contact information or inquiries for further details when needed. All unique conversations are tailored to your customer.

Weekly revenue collection reports

As we progress with our collection efforts, we update you with weekly email reports and on the JustPaid dashboard.

All interactions, responses, and actions are recorded in the collection log for transparency and future reference.

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