The ultimate invoicing tool for recruiters (it will save you hours every month)


Let’s face it, developers can be a little unreliable when it comes to invoicing. If you’re a recruiter, you need detailed, professional, timely invoices from your developers — so that they and you get paid promptly. That’s why we are introducing CommitSheet, invoicing for recruiters and the developers they manage.

According to research most developers use spreadsheets or manual methods to compile invoices each month. The error rate is high and delays are frequent. The reason is that developers are great at developing, not bean counting. What if we could eliminate these inefficiencies and let developers invoice in their own way?

A new way to invoice

That’s exactly what CommitSheet does. It’s a free service that let’s developers generate invoices from Github commit history. This means that you, the recruiter, get a thoroughly detailed invoice each month that shows what a developer worked on each day and how their taxes, hours, and billables break down.

Get your developers invoicing the right way

CommitSheet will make you and your developers a whole lot happier! So check it out at

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