You may think you know how something works based on what the term is, but that is often not the case and if you get stuck on the word, it can make it hard to grasp the concept.
3) Understand that Salesforce Billing can be rigid … in a good way.
At its heart Salesforce Billing is a calculation engine, calculating invoice amounts based on data and rules. It is also designed to provide an audit trail. Because of this, the system limits what data can be accessed and/or modified. This can be frustrating to clients, especially if they are used to generating invoices manually and the flexibility that this provides.
While this is by no means an exhaustive list, I think these three tips are a good starting point for companies to consider on their journey with Salesforce Billing.