Sequential Invoice numbering

What is it

An Invoice Number contains 2 parts:

  1. Tenant sequential number. Starting from 100000000 and incrementing by 1 for each new Invoice created on any Bill Group in the tenant.
  2. Bill Group sequential number. Starting from 1 and incrementing by 1 for each new Invoice created on the Bill Group.

The number is presented on Invoices as Tenant sequential number-Bill Group sequential number. For example, the below Invoice is the tenth one created in this Tenant and the first one created on this Bill Group.


Invoices generated before March 8, 2024 do not have invoice numbers

All Invoices received an Invoice Number. This includes Draft Invoices, Unpaid Invoices, One-time Invoices, etc.

Common use cases

Tenant sequential number

Sequential invoice numbering reduces fraud risk by creating a paper trail to ensure all Invoices created, regardless of whether they were credited, credit and rebilled, etc. increment the Invoice count. With this measure, fraud risks increase. Avalara, a Tax Partner of MonetizeNow, has a great article on the topic.

Bill Group sequential number

Instead of referencing a complicated string of letters and numbers, Customer Success Managers, Finance teams, and your customers can easily reference "the Invoice ending in dash n" to ensure a common understanding of