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Online Invoicing: part 1
[[ USING THE ONLINE INVOICING FEATURE ]]
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Using the online invoicing feature ensures that your invoices are handled in the fastest, most efficient manner possible.
Accessing the Online Invoicing Feature (after logging in to the site)
The blue menu bar near the top of the page contains a link marked REFERRALS. Place your cursor over this and a menu box will pop up.
Within this box is the word '
– Click here to Invoice
'. Click on it.
A new screen appears, showing the work for which SGC has not received a bill from you yet.
The view of open invoices defaults to 30 days, but you may adjust the date fields to track down a particular job. Here, the date refers to the day on which the claim was called in and
the SGC work order was created.
To search for a particular record, select the calendar date(s) to be reviewed.
You may customize the view by selecting the NEW DATE SEARCH option. This allows you to adjust the two calendar windows to any dates within a 120-day parameter.
To use this feature, adjust both boxes accordingly using the proper format:
[04/21/2018] <--------------------------> [05/17/2018]
Once you have entered your selected dates, click the button marked NEW DATE SEARCH.
Open Referral Search Results
screen displays key details about each job and its assigned information. By clicking on the column headings, you can sort the list to your liking.
links featured in the far right column allow you to re-issue a Safelite Solutions work order to your shop at your convenience!
(To learn more about the 'Re-dispatch' feature
To the left is a column labeled REFERRAL NUMBER. If you have outstanding invoices, you can select any job by clicking its underlined referral number.
Clicking on a referral number produces a detailed summary of the selected job. Below those details is a gray button marked '
START INVOICE PROCESSING
Click on this button to begin the Online Invoicing process.
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