Service|Box is a business management software for service companies to manage contracts, work orders, quotes, scheduling and more. The service industry specific software was built to automate and streamline the common, day-to-day operations of service companies. The main features of Service|Box fall under 9 key business areas: Maintenance, Scheduling, Quotes, Work Orders, Contracts, Job Sites, Invoices, Customers and Time Sheets.
Ultimately, ServiceBox will save you money and give you more time to do what you do best – bring in new clients and keep the ones you have happy. Because we all know that your bottom line is improving your ROI. That is our bottom line as well. Your success is our success.
Once you sign up, let our workflow experts work with you and do an assessment of your current workflow. This is the optimal way to get the most out of Service|Box. We will work with you to review your workflow, develop training and provide expertise advice to all your workers. Our goal is to get your company totally operational in only one or two days.
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