I don’t know why, but ever since I heard about Gaviti, it has reminded me of Macavity, the mysterious cat in T.S. Eliot’s book of poems, “Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats*.” You may know Macavity better from Andrew Lloyd Webber’s stage-musical-turned-motion-picture Cats**, in which Macavity has mystical powers that almost take over the musical.

Perhaps Macavity’s mystic features somewhat fit the captivating (or should I say “cat-tivating”) functionality of Gaviti, since it is an A/R solution that will empower your receivable collections efforts and almost magically accelerate your A/R processes.

Its system gives you everything you need to control A/R by mapping out your collection process to spot inefficiencies in order to optimize your procedures to help you get paid fast. Then, it helps you implement efficient workflows that accelerate things to the max.

With Gaviti your team will automatically send reminders to clients via customized workflows to ensure each client receives the right messages at exactly the right time in the A/R cycle. And Gaviti means no more forgotten invoices, because you will quickly and easily understand all of your receivables with Gaviti’s Dashboard and analytical insights powered views into your A/R.

In fact, companies that use Gaviti purportedly resolve five to 10-times more invoices per week with the data-driven collection processes Gaviti brings to the table.

Gaviti’s cloud-based solution allows your team and clients to work together on their A/R data. Clients can access their invoices and process payments with a few clicks of their mouse. That means faster payments for you.

I told you in one of my lead-in articles I would be making my app reviews in comparison to a set of features I listed in that article. So, when it comes to the overall features and capabilities of Gaviti, they can be summarized according to this list:

  • ACH payments
  • Accounting integration (QBO included)
  • Activity dashboard
  • Analytics & reporting
  • Automated notices
  • Automated scheduling
  • Collections management
  • Contact management
  • Invoice history
  • Invoice management
  • Multi-currency
  • Online payments
  • Partial payments
  • Receivables ledger
  • Reminders
  • Template management

Because Gaviti integrates with QuickBooks, all your QBO client data and invoices will automatically sync and update to Gaviti any time information changes in either application.   

For more information about the Gaviti/QuickBooks integration, see its landing page in the QuickBooks Online App Store.

If you want more information or you want to book a demo, visit Gaviti website.

Disclosures and Acknowledgements:

Portions of this feature, including graphical artwork contained therein, have been adapted from Gaviti content including materials regarding Gaviti contained in their app landing page at the Intuit QuickBooks Online App Center, as well as information available from the Gaviti website. Gaviti is the registered trade-name for a privately held company based in Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel.

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* – T.S. Eliot’s 1939 poetry book “Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats” contained a poem titled “The Naming of Cats,” it was adapted into Andrew Lloyd Webber’s 1981 musical, Cats. “Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats” was first published by Harcourt in 1939.

** – Cats is the work of Andrew Lloyd Webber. It first premiered in London in 1981 and was produced by Cameron Mackintosh. Not only has Cats been adapted into multiple stage versions, but it also has spawned two film versions and is considered one of the major “theatrical musical productions” of all time. 

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