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Anyone Interested in Job Management Software?
« on: June 23, 2012, 10:06:17 PM »
Anyone Interested in Job Management Software?

I've spent the last year and a half developing job management software, this software has been designed by plumbers for plumbers.... I'd love to see more people using it.

Its the best!! cause I'm smart haha... but honestly its good if you're a business owner... help you manage everything.

Anyone Interested in Auckland?


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Re: Anyone Interested in Job Management Software?
« Reply #1 on: June 25, 2012, 08:34:36 AM »
It has

GPS tracking
Automated time sheets
job costing
sends terms of trade
automated e-mail
integrated calendar
job status board
see how much your guys charged out compared to what you pay them
integrates with Xero
you can do variations

and lots more, I'm happy to demo for anyone interested and sign you up for a free trial

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Re: Anyone Interested in Job Management Software?
« Reply #2 on: June 25, 2012, 05:57:58 PM »
Whats the ongoing cost like?
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Re: Anyone Interested in Job Management Software?
« Reply #3 on: June 26, 2012, 02:45:37 PM »
Ditto to that question
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Re: Anyone Interested in Job Management Software?
« Reply #4 on: June 30, 2012, 06:05:01 PM »
First I want to say, you shouldn't worry about what the ongoing cost is, as long as you get value out of our system, that is the same for any system or product, you should get value out of anything.

$120 for the first 3 users $100/ user after that + 3G cost through telecom per iPad or iPhone (most people already have some kind of plan).

If we save you $5000+/month because we give you the right tools to figure out where your slippages are then our product is well worth your money?

Did you ever want KPI's on your staff? here is a simple example how one of our customers got value.

Before the system was implemented they didn't have a accurate idea of what kinda hours the guys were charging out compared to what they were paying them.
Once the system was in place we found that one guy was only charging out 60% of his paid time, after a little talk and a month later, we got him up to chargin 90+% of his paid time

if you do the maths that's 12 hours a week, 48 hours a month and at a charge out rate of say $65/hr that's $3120/month just from 1 guy.

Now you may or may not have this much discrepancy, but even if you make up 10% more charged time a month from 1 guy thats 16 hours (or $1040 of chargeable time)

and that is only 1 little part of our system,

think about the time you save on paper work, the hassles you won't have to deal with cause you have the proper communication tools with the customer.


This is our website not much currently on it as we are still relatively new

Feel free to give me a call about our system 027 660 2004

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