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Wave just launched next level customer billing

Save time with recurring invoices and automatic payments for your repeat customers. Flexible and customizable invoice scheduling.

partnership with myBestHelper!

Announcing our exciting partnership with myBestHelper!

Wave partners with myBestHelper to offer payroll services for your household employees. Flexible payment options and guaranteed accurate tax remittances.

Payments by Wave now available in New Zealand and Switzerland

Payments by Wave credit card processing is the low-cost way to accept credit card payments in New Zealand, Switzerland, and more than 20 other countries.

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New features for mobile invoicing

Today’s update to the Invoice by Wave app includes address auto-completion, contact importing, and easy invoice duplication.

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Wave’s high growth philosophy

How do you build a world-leading tech company? You take an awesome team and make it even better. Every day.

Cloudflare bug: Wave data not exposed

You may have read some news online: A major internet infrastructure provider called Cloudflare reported a bug, which exposed private data of some websites that use its services.

Toronto's Startup Open House

Wave at #SOHTO2016: Toronto’s Startup Open House

Don’t forget to register! Then visit us at 555 Richmond, Ste. 411, on Thursday.
See today’s career opportunities.

Wave now works with Zapier. Here’s how.

Great news! You can now use Zapier (rhymes with “happier”) to connect Wave with potentially hundreds of different applications, and automate your workflows. (See the guest blog post from Zapier’s Alison Groves.)

Payroll by Wave: Say goodbye to manual payroll in 2016

Running payroll the old-school, paperwork way adds up to more than a week of work every year. You have better things to do with your time!

Supporting women in startups and tech

Encouraging women to join startups and to build careers in technology, engineering and sciences is not a new challenge.

How big is a “small” business? Here’s why it matters.

We’d like to propose the following resolution: Let’s stop pretending that a business with $35 million in revenue could be considered a “small business.” Or that a facility employing 1,500 people could be considered “small.”