Here's the easy answer: When you sign Malt's invoicing agreement, you officially give us permission to issue invoices to your clients on your behalf. These are submitted with the standard Malt header and also include your name and other pertinent business-related information—in addition to the project details you outlined when submitting your quote.
We've chosen to do this for two reasons:
It simplifies invoicing for you—as in, you don't have to worry about the invoicing process whatsoever. It's completely automated on our end.
For your clients, it's a lot easier for their accounting teams to receive invoices from Malt vs. from multiple freelancers. And because we include the Malt header prominently on the invoices, they are hard to miss!