CallPesa app allows you to bill your clients for your professional advice on phone.
In this day and age everything can be done from home and whether employers like it or not this pandemic has made it the new norm. It is also the time for software engineers and people in IT to thrive because they’ve been given the chance to use their knowledge by being innovative. This new app allows you to bill your clients for your valuable time, so if you’re a consultant you may need this app as soon as possible.
Would you like to track your hours?
This is a Kenyan app which will allow you to designate a caller as a client and all you need to do is to ensure the app is set as the phone’s default call handler.
How It Works
It essentially lets you advise your clients on call while billing the same as you go along.
- It automatically tracks all calls between you and that contact and records them as billable time expended.
- The data is then populated in an invoice. This can then be exported whenever you need it by email to either yourself or to any practice management system for aggregated billing.
In short, CallPesa helps professionals fully maximize their days while maintaining a semblance of balance in their lives. It’s built for
It is generally any person who offers consulting or advisory over the phone and needs a better way to track his/her time. You can download it from play store here and take it for a test drive here.
When you try it out you’ll find that:
The app works. Simple as it may sound, many apps on the play store tend to disappoint just by the fact that they do not work. It allows you to automatic bill calls based on a self-defined hourly rate including at what point to start billing.
It also allows for multicurrency billing and gives automated invoices vis SMS or E-mail. It also gives colour codes to your call logs to help you prioritize events.
Finally, it also lets you schedule calls so that you rarely miss out on speaking to a client.
Some of you would be deterred by the fact that it is not an entirely free service. They do offer a 7-day full feature trial version but to continue after this you have to pay for a certain package specific to your needs.
The starter pack costs about KES 1500 per month and the professional pack costs KES 2000 a month. Nevertheless, in comparison to the money the app might help you make, it seems worth the sacrifice.
Most people like free apps but this would be a great way of maximizing your business potential if you happen to use it. If you’re a busy consultant or you’re simply not ready to meet your clients face to face then this would certainly be useful. This is ideally for professionals and not targeted to everyone but to a specific group of people. Would you use this app?