As summer draws to a close, we want to give you an update on the (heat)wave of features and updates we’ve been working on these past months.
In our Roadmap for 2018 we’ve mentioned a few stylish makeovers were coming your way, on top of some extra features. One of the bigger makeovers - if not the biggest one - was our invoicing redesign. It’s time to present you what we’ve been working on and what’s coming up in the future.
If you’re doing business with other, non eurozone countries, you’ll be delighted: Teamleader offers you a way to create quotations and invoicing effortlessly in all available currencies (with the exception of cryptocurrencies).
Ever since we started Teamleader in 2012, beta testing has been a vital part of our development process. Having users test features before their official launch has been of indisputable value in the evolution of our product, and will be even more so in the future.
The Euro is the world’s second most tradable currency, used by 19 of the 28 EU member states. So that means there’s a reasonable amount of economic traffic in other currencies in and outside of the EU. In our mission to help European SMEs work smarter, providing multi-currency options is really a key factor. Since April 2016, Teamleader offered the possibility to convert deals and invoices - only for the end total - into a different currency. We’re glad to announce that we have expanded our multi-currency features for you to try out in beta.
At our Belgian Work Smarter event on May 15, CTO Tom Schouteden and CEO Jeroen De Wit proudly presented Teamleader’s new mobile app to over 500 attendees.
A few weeks ago we announced we were redesigning our navigation menu. Since then, we’ve had some beta users try it out and the results were very positive. That means you too can expect a new and improved navigation menu soon. Our gradual roll-out for all users will start April 23!
In the business software industry, standing still means falling behind. That’s why we always strive to evolve. Sometimes we change small things - tweaks or bug fixes that are hardly visible to you as an end user. Other times, we change visual items that drastically impact your experience. Since 2012, however, one thing remained largely unchanged: our navigation menu. And there was room for improvement, especially in terms of usability.