Are you a service provider who travels to your customers’ locations to do work? Do you walk into jobs with a smart phone in your pocket and a clipboard containing the paperwork for the job in your hand? Do you sometimes lose track of time while you’re working and arrive late to appointments? Do you hand customers paper invoices and wait weeks or months to get paid? Do you lose out on repeat business beca
use you don’t have a good way to follow up with customers?
If you answered, “Yes,” to any of those questions, there’s a new mobile app you’ll want to check out. Called Breezeworks, it brings together in one place a number of tools that will let you run your small business from your Apple iPhone or Android smart phone.
One platform for many business functions
Created specifically for 1 – 20 person on-site service professionals, Breezeworks puts scheduling, customer notifications, mapping, job management, team management, invoicing and the ability to get paid immediately via credit card all, literally, in the palm of your hand.
What makes it different from other mobile business apps is that the others are primarily piecemeal solutions. The calendar is one app, maps is another, the ability to create invoices is another, and the ability to accept credit cards in the field, is yet another. Breezeworks provides a single application for all of these tasks, making running a business easier for plumbers, electricians, landscapers, dog groomers, and any service professional who performs their services at their customers’ locations.
“Until now,” says Matthew Cowan, chief executive officer and co-founder of Breezeworks, “on-site service professionals have been left out in the cold by technology because they don’t have access to a computer for much of the day. Breezeworks gives them the same type of CRM and automated follow-up that a Fortune 500 company has – all wrapped up neatly in a smart phone. It combines the full suite of capabilities on-site service providers need so there is one place they can go to perform all of these tasks.”