As the industry boom continues, it’s never been more important for installers to operate as efficiently as possible. Rhys Hoddinott, CEO at Onsite 7, says: “Job management software is an effective tool in helping installers stay in control of their businesses. We know from customer feedback that Onsite 7 is smart working for busy companies managing multiple jobs with multiple teams and back-end processes.”
The Onsite 7 system includes a team calendar where installers can schedule their jobs. It helps ensure a smooth-running schedule and helps them manage their teams’ time efficiently, preventing clashes and gaps in workflows. Installers can allocate actions to a particular team member and track progress so there’s less risk of something being forgotten.
Installers can also check every stage of each job from sales and survey to install and service. It provides an at-a-glance way to see where a job has got to and whether action is needed.
The information contained in Onsite 7 helps installers get valuable insight into their business too. There is end-to-end supply chain accountability to help installers keep track of their orders. There are reports, including job costing and profit reports and the software integrates with Xero and QuickBooks accountancy packages to help speed up financial admin processes.
Onsite 7 customer Karl Symmonds, Director of Truplas, sums up the difference it makes when he says: “With multiple software systems, paper-based practices and time consuming tasks we were certainly in the market for that ‘one software package’ to help streamline our activities and also provide us with a link to site activities. Key admin staff and management can now login into the Onsite 7 console from any location to review customers, jobs, active jobs, completed jobs… it is very much a software for all… and so easy to use.”
Onsite 7 costs £20 + VAT per month per licence, which means it offers exceptional value for money for installers of any size, large or small.