October 8, 2019, 7:32 pm
Square Pig LLC is pleased to announce the release of FusionInvoice 2019-3. This is the most significant release of 2019 to date. It provides several important updates to payment gateways, most notably support for Europe’s new regulatory requirement for online payment processing, Strong Customer Authentication (SCA), via the latest Stripe API integration. Other notable updates include a greatly improved custom fields system, a new integrated client tagging system that paves the way for expanded filtering of client accounts, a new ‘important note’ popup feature which can display a reminder each time a client account is accessed, and many other enhancements.
June 18, 2019, 8:54 pm
Square Pig LLC is pleased to announce the release of FusionInvoice 2019-2. In addition to many tweaks and bug fixes to make the software run more smoothly, this release offers a new report to show revenue from recurring invoices, restores the ability to manually enter an email address when sending an invoice, includes a new "System" tab on the System Settings page that lists basic system status information., along with many other changes and new features.
Notable updates include:
April 17, 2019, 4:52 pm
Square Pig LLC is pleased to announce the release of FusionInvoice 2019-1. This first release of the 2019 calendar year brings numerous improvements to the software. The update includes user experience enhancements to the Client and Expense tracking areas of the system, multiple improvements to the underlying architecture, support for newer PHP versions, as well as several bug fixes reported from the 2018-8 release.
April 17, 2019, 4:45 pm
One of the goals of FusionInvoice has always been to provide an outstanding product and value to our customers, many of which are small businesses and freelancers. Raising prices isn’t something we take lightly, but we want you to know what’s prompted the increase and what you’ll appreciate as a result.
February 2, 2019, 8:58 pm
In May of 2018, I announced that it was no longer possible for me to continue moving FusionInvoice forward. Since its early days as free and open source software (MyClientBase), back in 2010, through the last release of the commercially licensed FusionInvoice 2018-8, I had been the one and only person running the company, developing the product, providing support, and everything else involved. The weight of that, coupled with many other responsibilities, personal and professional, led me to the difficult decision of having to step away from the product.