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Set up Biz Invoice in 2 simple steps

Create, manage and send invoices on the go with Biz Invoice.

Once you have registered for Online Banking and have access to an eligible account*, you can set up Biz Invoice on your desktop or mobile in two simple steps.

Why choose Biz Invoice?

Biz Invoice makes it simple to create and send professional invoices on the go using your Online Banking. Plus, Biz Invoice sends automatic payment reminders to your customers, so you can stop chasing invoices and get valuable time back to spend on your business.

Biz Invoice is complementary with our Business One Low Plan, Business One High Plan and Foreign Currency Accounts (excluding the Chinese Yuan RMB).

What do I need to know before setting up Biz Invoice?

To access Biz Invoice in the Westpac App or Online Banking, you will need to have an eligible Business One Low, Business One High or foreign currency account. If you’re not registered for Online Banking, you will need to register and complete an identity check.

If you’re a Business Network customer or User, the owner of the account must have an Australian address registered on their Westpac Online Banking profile.

How do I set up Biz Invoice?

  1. When signed in to Online Banking from a desktop, hover over Business Hub, then select Biz Invoice
  2. Complete your details – add a business logo, your email and a contact number to your invoice template.

For more help, watch this video

Things you should know

To be eligible for Biz Invoice you must be registered for Online Banking and hold a Westpac Business One Low Plan or Business One High Plan or foreign currency account (excluding the Chinese Yuan RMB foreign currency account).  Terms and conditions, fees and charges apply in relation to the above accounts.

Read the disclosure documents for your selected product or service, including the Terms and Conditions or Product Disclosure Statement for Westpac's Online Banking facility, Business transaction accounts and Foreign currency account (PDF 3MB), before deciding.