Originally Posted by Potomac Lawns Inc.
I wouldn't recommend it, they have been going downhill the last few years.
Originally Posted by zippy-phil
Do any of these programs let you factor weather? Ex: I could not mowing at house 123 main st. at it's usual date, due to rain and re-schedule it for the next opening/day.
Originally Posted by kirkmbrown2001
I have been using Jobber
Software this season and I absolutely love it! It has everything that you guys have mentioned on this thread and much more! It has to be the most powerful billing and scheduling software out there and yet it is also the easiest online software I have ever used. You can't usually say powerful and easy in the same sentence when talking about software but with Jobber
you can! The base price is $29.00 per month and you get alot for that money! Then you can purchase add-ons that cost anwhere from free to $5 per month. I can tell you that I am paying $34.00 per month! That's the cost of ONE mowing service for your smallest property you manage! That includes all my add-ons! Jobber
integrates with both quickbooks online and desktop for free. There is a Chemical tracking add-on that will allow you to track fertilizer apps for your records. In regards to the weather rescheduling, in Jobber
, you can easily reschedule jobs and you can add a note in the notes section for each visit. Plus, since Jobber
is mobile friendly, you can do everything from your smartphone or tablet.
They are adding new features and improvements on almost a daily basis. This isn't some guy making a software system in his basement during weeknights. They are constantly working on it! Their support is great, you can call them up and they'll chat with you until the issue is fixed.
has a free trial, that doesn't require a credit card. Give it a try and you'll be hooked!
You sound like an infomercial. Or a rep.
But I will still check it out, I am looking for something other than QX.
Originally Posted by coolluv
Maybe its me but I'm not a monthly payment type guy. I mean I would like to buy the software one time for X and be done with it.
I hate paying monthly fee's or ongoing fee's. It just seems like a waste of money to me.
Not saying those programs that require a monthly fee are not worth it, but its just my old school mindset.
I'm stubborn like that.
No, it isn't just you Dave. I understand their reasoning, it's another revenue stream because they don't sell as many packages as something like QB. But it really sucks. And the way QX is setup, it's basically extortion. I don't like monthly or annual reoccurring charges. I like QB, upgrade at your choice whenever you want. Or don't.
I'll check out a few of the suggested programs.
With regards to the net based programs and backing up data, that's a piss poor reason. You should be backing everything up anyways, regularly.