ManageMart Sets Up New Field Service Management Software
FREMONT, CA—Based out of Cape Coral, Florida, Managemart has announced the launch of its newfangled field service software, designed to aid business manage entire prospects of their finances and productivity of field personnel. The software provides invoicing, scheduling, billing, and tracking functionality. Paul, owner of ManageMart, said, "We have software for all trades that make it easier for you to manage your business online."
The company has released a free trial of their software for businesses. This is for a review purpose wherein business can check the software and decide if its worthy for their management requirements. The company offers field service management software for a number of industries including plumbing, lawn care, photography, bounce house rental companies, and more. The software serves the purpose of invoicing customers and getting paid via online payment platform.
"This software has everything you need to streamline your financial management," explains Paul. "From snow removal software to general accounting, we have all of your business financial needs covered." Invoicing functions enable businesses to launch recurring invoices that can be generated any time. Billing can be done per hour, job, or for a flat rate fee, and invoices can be printed and emailed directly from the software. The company's field service scheduling software program is designed with many industries in mind according to Paul, and allows businesses to track time on events and assign events to specific crews or individual employees.
The new software suite also includes maps and routes with automatic routing and multi-user login functionalities so that employees can log in and manage their own tasks. The company states that the software is capable of keeping up with equipment maintenance, with profiles to track part numbers, expenses, and maintenance dates. A completely free version is also offered that allows businesses to perform core functions that help small businesses start up and grow. Customers can also upgrade and downgrade seamlessly with the software. Businesses interested in a free trial to determine if the software is a good fit for them can also do so directly through the ManageMart website.
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