With Lumi, all invoices are generated automatically on your behalf. Invoices are generated based on actions in the platform and payment terms that you grant to customers. Do not send invoices from your accounting system to Lumi or to customers, as this will lead to double entry errors.
To see your invoices go to the Billing view of your Supplier account.
Invoices on Lumi are automatically created based on the payment terms you set for the customer, and actions that you take in the platform.
If you do not set payment terms for a customer, the default is 100% due upfront. Charges for freight and overproduction are invoiced when you fulfill an order.
Customers can pay the invoice on or before the due date. If the invoice is not manually paid three days after an invoice's due date, the funds will be withdrawn automatically on the fourth business day.
Additional invoices can be triggered when you fulfill the order, if there are additional costs. When you fulfill the order you can enter freight costs and actual production quantities, which will trigger an invoice that is due immediately.
If you choose to offer customers payment terms the amount due will be created based on the terms you selected.
If you need to request payments for samples, and other costs outside of the normal invoicing process, use the Payment request process.