Combined invoice for all Office365 licenses under the one account
Currently we need to download several invoices, one for each license type in Office365. It would help us if all of them were on tthe one invoice. Perhaps an option for "Combine invoices"
This is way too much, when you have several invoices to look at and try to keep track of. It makes for extra work. Please combine the invoices. Thanks!
We have 5 different Countries on our MS Tenant and would make life so much easier if we could allocate users to their Country and any associated costs from their licensing generated onto a per Country invoice
We can allocate users to the correct Country but I'm led to believe that invoicing cannot be run by Country
Agree - we really should be able to get a consolidated invoice now - it would make life much easier for everyone.
Paul Gerber commented
This is also being suggested here... https://office365.uservoice.com/forums/600781-microsoft-invoicing/suggestions/33713758-consolidate-aggregate-each-month-s-invoices-into
Go vote there as well!!
It is absolutely LUDICROUS to have to download 4 or 5 invoices every month for the subscriptions I have as a small business owner. And every month there are 4 or 5 entries to make into the accounting system.
What happens if I have to suddenly expand my business and add an additional 10 staff in one or two months, all starting on different days? Would I then have to download 14 or 15 invoices if the subscriptions are all added on different days?
There is a SIMPLE common sense solution. If my invoice date is on the 19th of the month, the prorated cost for the first month is added to the CONSOLIDATED invoice...so if the new subscription is added on the 5th, the first month would be billed for 14 days (invoice already tells me how many days are being billed every month anyways) and then starting on the second and subsequent months, the full amount of the new subscription is billed. You don't have to be a rocket surgeon to see how much sense this makes!
Give us ONE invoice for ONE organization!
We do have the same issue and get over 10 invoices. This is really a must have to get one single invoice for all services per month.
Felipe Barbosa commented
It is a concern to our administration process. I hope you can integrate it. Thanks!
Any news on this? The lack of this functionality does not make sense. Microsoft billing even has a hard time matching payment to invoice adding more extra administration work and costs.
Karen Ward commented
We currently get 4 for little tiny amounts. It seems like I totally should be able to combine them into one invoice each month.
Kevin Foley commented
I just received 14 emails from regarding Microsoft billing statements for Office 365
(7) "Your Microsoft billing statement" - apparently one for each service listed below
1) "View your Microsoft 365 Phone System - Virtual User billing Statement"
2) "View your Microsoft 365 Audio Conferencing billing Statement"
3) "View your Microsoft 365 Domestic Calling Plan billing Statement"
4) "View your Office 365 Business billing Statement"
5) "View your Office 365 E1 billing Statement"
6) "View your Visio Plan 2 billing Statement"
7) "View your Visio Plan 1 billing Statement"
There is probably some setting to turn off the seven "statement is ready" emails.
Even so, the seven different product statements should be consolidated into one, regardless of how many user seats are being used.
Ryan Blake commented
Completely agree, should be able to combine all the invoices into one single invoice or break them out based on your needs. It would be extremely helpful to accounts payable to be able to do this.
We have several subscriptions for Office 365.
Currently we need to download several invoices, one for each license type in Office 365.
It would help us if all subscriptions are on one invoice.
We were also told by Microsoft support that we cannot change our payment method to invoice - check or wire, since it is less than a $1000.
Our business payment system is based on invoices. Microsoft is definitely making it difficult for us to continue using Office 365.
I agree. Should be possible to group the different licenses on one invoice.