simPRO, a leading field service management software company, has enhanced the simPRO mobile app to include a Service module designed to maximise job visibility and efficiency for technicians working in the field.
simPRO Mobile’s much anticipated Service module is here! The updated field service mobile app now provides complete workflow performance in the field for enhanced customer service.
Mobile solutions play an important role in the way trade contracting services are performed today - but how do they impact customer satisfaction?
The simPRO Ideas Portal has inspired another round of updates. 118 suggestions have made it into simPRO’s field service management software this year. And those in the upcoming release (rolling out from July 14) have attracted over 500 votes between them!
Read on to find out more about the addition of Short Project Names and the ability to see product images when adding Pre-Build and Catalogue product images to quotes or jobs.
Smartphones, tablets and mobile solutions changed how technicians can send, receive and capture information when operating in the field. Hardware, software and applications have enabled even more workflows to be completed with a hand-held device.
Hiring the best tradesmen can be tough.
You can’t seem to find anyone who meets your standards, maybe you’re struggling to find anyone at all! The temptation is certainly there to lower your expectations in the hopes of getting someone through the door.
Our thirteenth release for 2019 starts rolling out from June 30. To help you get a fresh start in the second half of the year, the release includes a new take on an old favourite - the Inactive Catalogue Items Report.
At simPRO we see enormous benefits in providing our customers with learning resources as part of their subscription service.
Have you heard the news? simPRO has rolled out a new Microsoft Outlook 365 calendar sync.
There are many good reasons for your team to use Outlook calendars alongside simPRO scheduling - it is a fantastic all-in-one tool for business communication! But spreading appointments over two calendars does cause some challenges.