2014-12-23 00:00:00 News English With Jobber’s one-click integration with QuickBooks, you can schedule jobs, track progress, deliver quotes, send invoices, collect... https://d1bkf7psx818ah.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/08214947/Contractor-Uses-Jobber-To-Track-His-Building-Sites-Progress-And-Schedule-Employees-To-Get-The-Job-Done-On-Time.jpg School’s Out: We’re Having A Field Day With Jobber!

School’s Out: We’re Having A Field Day With Jobber!

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Oh happy day! Jobber on QBO has arrived. Landscaping, cleaning services, electrical contracting, renovation, plumbing…the list of industries that rely on field teams is huge. If this is your business, you know your team of in-the-field employees is your roving brand ambassador: they’re the ones who get the job done and delight your customers.

Jobber’s one-click integration with QuickBooks lets you and your team schedule jobs, track progress, deliver quotes, send invoices, collect payments, manage your customer information and more. No more recording information in the field and duplicating it back at the office on Friday night!

What used to take hours of manual data entry – transferring hand-written work orders from field techs into invoices – now takes a fraction of the time with one simple Jobber entry done in the field.

Jobber also has its own list of great add-ons (some are free!) that will help you customize Jobber to your business.

Want to learn more? Visit the good people at Jobber for more info on how to make your field team happy campers.

Want to try Jobber right now?  

QBO users get the first 30 days courtesy of Jobber. You can try Jobber 100% free, without a credit card.

Don’t forget to check out our add-ons page for the full list of applications that integrate with QuickBooks Online.

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