Integrate Microsoft Azure SQL Database with Invoiced
About Microsoft Azure SQL Database
Microsoft Azure is a public cloud computing service designed for building, testing, launching, and managing applications and services via Microsoft-managed data centers. Through its platform-as-a-service (PaaS), software-as-a-service (SaaS), and infrastructure-as-a-service (Iaas) offerings, Microsoft Azure integrates with a wide range of programming languages and tools. In addition to working with Microsoft’s proprietary software and systems, Azure is compatible with third-party solutions, including Linux. As an extremely popular cloud services platform, many businesses and enterprises have used Microsoft Azure to migrate their computer systems to the cloud and eliminate the costs and staff requirements needed to maintain physical onsite servers.
Invoiced is a cloud-based platform that automates the most time-consuming and tedious billing tasks, such as sending invoices, following up on late payments, and reconciling incoming payments. Through a variety of advanced invoice management and automation features — including subscription billing, recurring bills, payment plans, and a convenient customer portal — Invoiced makes it easier for your clients to pay you, and thereby helps you get paid faster and more reliably with less work and time commitment on your part.
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Microsoft Azure SQL Database's End Points
Microsoft Azure Virtual Machines
As one of its IaaS features, Microsoft Azure allows users to deploy virtual machines developed in Windows or Linux.
Microsoft Azure App Services
As one of its PaaS features, Azure App Services allows you to publish and manage websites and web applications.
Microsoft Azure WebApps
WebApps is Microsoft Azure's high-density web hosting service, which allows you to build web applications more efficiently with PHP, Node.Js, or Python, then deploy them on the Azure Cloud.
Microsoft Azure WebJobs
WebJobs gives you the ability to launch applications in the Microsoft App Services space and host them in the cloud.
Microsoft Azure Mobile Engagement Services
Microsoft Azure's mobile engagement service provides real-time tracking, data analytics, and deep insights to better understand user engagement and behavior for your mobile applications.
Microsoft Azure HockeyApp
Microsoft Azure's HockeyApp is a productivity-enhancing driver that helps you design, build, beta test, and distribute mobile apps more efficiently.
Microsoft Azure REST and SDK APIs
Azure's REST and SDK APIs allow you to store and access your application data on Azure's cloud platform.
Microsoft Azure Table Services
Azure Table Services facilitates the storage of data in structured text form so you can access it via a partition and primary key.
Microsoft Azure Blob Service
Blob Service empowers you to store unstructured text information and binary data as 'Blobs' accessible through HTTPS.
Microsoft Azure Queue Service
Queue Service streamlines asynchronous communication across multiple programs.
Microsoft Azure File Service
Azure File Service facilitates cloud data storage via REST API and the SMB Protocol.
Microsoft Azure Search Functionality
Azure's data search functionality supports more efficient data searching with REST and SDK APIs.
Microsoft Azure SQL Data Warehouse
Azure's SQL data warehouse is managed by Microsoft within the Azure Cloud Facility. It offers high-performance querying and enhanced data security.
Microsoft Azure Messaging Service
Azure Service Bus is a messaging service that facilitates communication between the Azure Cloud and applications operating on-site and off-site to build more reliable and scalable applications. The Azure Service Bus supports communication via Event Hubs, Queues, Topics, and Relays.
Microsoft Azure Automation Features
Azure Automation allows users to automate frequently-repeated tasks that they perform in their cloud and enterprise environments to save time and prevent human errors. Automation improves the reliability of common administrative tasks. Azure automation allows you to schedule tasks with runbooks or use Desired State Configuration for the automation of configuration management tasks.
Invoiced's End Points
Invoiced Acceleration of the Invoice-to-Cash Cycle
The Invoiced platform speeds up your invoice-to-cash cycle by making it easy for you to receive online payments. Instead of losing positive cash while waiting weeks for your payments to arrive by snail mail, Invoiced brings your business into the modern world of convenient online payment solutions. Through Invoiced's Electronic Invoice Presentation and Payment (EIPP) platform, your clients will have multiple options for paying their bills online quickly and easily.
Invoiced Subscription Billing
Invoiced allows you to put your customers on a regular, subscription billing plan that recurs at the intervals you select. This provides an excellent way to bring more financial security to your business. Normally, trying to manage a subscription billing plan is difficult, but with Invoiced, subscription billing is a standard feature in the platform.
Invoiced Payment Plans
Invoiced includes payment plan tools, so you can bill your clients in installments instead of requiring them to pay everything upfront. This gives you and your clients more payment flexibility so you can still make a sale and provide your goods and services, even if your client is short cash. By letting you customize any kind of payment plan to suit the needs of your clients, incremental payments allow you to work with customers who couldn't normally afford your services.
Invoiced Customer Portal
The Invoiced customer portal serves as an easy-to-use online gateway where your customers can pay their bills, track balances, manage subscriptions, and update their personal information and payment details.