That works on the Web and on your Mobile device
THAT DOES YOUR QUOTING, JOB TRACKING, SCHEDULING, MAPPING, INSPECTIONS, HEALTH & SAFETY, STAFF TRACKING & TRAINING, CLIENT PORTAL & INVOICING...ALL IN JUST ONE (1) SYSTEM THAT WORKS ON YOUR WEB AND MOBILE DEVICES...
Track your CRM Funnel of Leads, Quotes and Jobs in a system built with scaffolding terms.
Move leads from the CRM as a Request, to a Quote and on to Jobs that are Scheduled and Ready for Invoicing or Inventory.
Put your whiteboard, spreadsheets or paper online so everyone can see an Up to Date version.
See all your worksites and whats going on with photos and status.
Easy adaptable onsite mobile forms that are friendly with photos for easy viewing back at the office. No more dumping photos to drives.
Keep your staff and the clients you work with safe. We also integrate with Training providers.
A unique advantage for you over your competitors. Providing your clients with easy access to status updates
No more complicated spreadsheets, one click send. OR if you use Inventory like Avontus we will integrate.
QUESTION: Do you have a Lot of Systems?
Do you have MULTIPLE systems for getting all your WORK done... The EXTRA time that it takes to manage multiple non integrated systems and paper is over 1 hour per system per Job per month... That adds up to a LOT of money in overhead time.
QUESTION: Does the IDEA of changing systems seem daunting?
Changing systems can be a BIG disruption to your operations... what if you could gently rollout parts of a fully integrated solution and start recognising incremental benefits all the while moving to a solution that will give you HUGE timesaving benefits once fully rolled out.
QUESTION: Do I Need a whole new Computer Server?
The OLD software of the 1990's and 2000's was installed on big servers and computers that you needed in your offices. NOW all you need is an Internet connection or a Mobile smartphone and you are good to go from anywhere.
WATCH a REAL INTERVIEW with Peter Brooks (about working with the team at 100Rails who developed Scaflog)