Published on March 23rd, 2020- Advertisement -
We all encounter those days in our lives when we feel so stressed because of all the tasks we have to complete and lack of time to organize and track everything.
Luckily for us, there are plenty of apps available nowadays that make our lives easier.
Small businesses have plenty of options to thrive; no matter the industry, there are apps that help every one of us run our business more successfully.
In this post, you can read about the top three HVAC software solutions every small business should consider using.
Workiz is a field service management application designed to boost the workflows of field service businesses.
Workiz HVAC service management software is easy to use and it offers its users full control and visibility of many different aspects of their operations, such as preparing schedules for jobs using a color-coded and drag-and-drop calendar, creating customizable job forms, overseeing the status of assigned jobs, assigning jobs to the right field technicians, streamlining payments, and improving engagements with customers and prospects.
Workiz solution enables smooth information flow between field technicians and office personnel.
Field technicians are enabled to check their job information, updates, and stay in contact with their managers all the time via their mobile devices.
It also provides monitoring and calls recording features that are helpful in monitoring conversations between technicians, customers, and prospects.
Those recordings can be later used to evaluate technicians’ performance, to optimize customer retention and ad campaigns.
Workiz software solution helps small businesses to manage their documents electronically, access data reports, and handle and track inventory items.
2. Housecall Pro
Housecall Pro is a cloud-based field service management app created to assist service experts in automating their workflows.
Housecall Pro software solution offers a web portal and a mobile app for various kinds of businesses, including plumbing, cleaning, HVAC, electrical, and many more.
This app offers features such as estimates, payment processing, job scheduling, dispatching, automated invoices and receipts, company chat, customer notifications, and others, which in the end leads to a tremendously reduced amount of paperwork.
Clients are enabled to book a service via the app and make online payments, as well as use a communication option via a centralized messaging system.
FieldEdge is another cloud-based Field Service Management solution designed for home service contractors in fields, such as HVAC, electrical, plumbing, and others.
This software enables companies to manage their business remotely. It provides a dispatch board where its users can track jobs and all other information.
Technicians can see the locations and time of a job, as well as the skills needed to complete the job successfully.
FieldEdge app also provides streamlining and automating service scheduling and billing.
FieldEdge equips technicians with the app that helps them access services, tasks, items, and materials, and a price book for presenting various pricing options to their clients.
All three solutions are highly rated with plenty of positive reviews and super satisfied customers.
The prices of these apps are not as skyrocketing as I could see with some others available on the market nowadays. They all offer a free trial before purchasing, so you can test what you get for the price you pay.