Schedule and Track Jobs
When your whole business is sending out field technicians, having a software that can make that easy is very important. Fortunately, RazorSync does exactly that with simple colored-coded maps, real-time GPS tracking information, and email and phone notifications for missed/changed appointments. You’ll be able to increase the accuracy of your business and avoid mistakes.
Google Maps can only take you so far when it comes to field service technicians and their routes. RazorSync optimizes multi-stop routes to avoid traffic and other obstacles that might slow your business down. This will save time, while also providing fast, excellent service to your customers, which is alway a good thing.
Dispatch Field Technicians
Scheduling and tracking jobs is one thing, but to have a fully functioning field service business, you have to be able to send out field technicians. With RazorSync, you’ll have customer records, job status, history and notes on hand, so you can make sure the right person is being sent to the right job every time. This will notably improve productivity, as you and your employee won’t have to worry about these nitty gritty details. Unfortunately, you won’t be able to dispatch multiple technicians to a single job, but creating multiple orders should be easy enough to circumnavigate the problem.
In the digital world of today, the thought of paying for a service with a check is unimaginable. Fortunately, RazorSync allows you to set up billing, including any recurring billing, with ease. Your customers will receive quotes and invoices without too much administrative work on your end, so you can accept payments and make more money without all the hassle.
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