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A Better Way To Field Service™

Field Nimble Makes Bookkeeping Easier for Contractors on QuickBooks Desktop

Posted by David Thiemecke on 6/9/17 6:04 AM

Field Nimble released a simple way to send customers, invoices, line items, sales tax, payments, and payment processing expenses to Intuit QuickBooks Desktop Pro and Pro Plus editions. Small residential home services contractors get ahead when they spend less time to reach financial clarity.

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Case Study: Max Service Air Conditioning- “So easy a caveman could do it”

Posted by Stephanie Magnuszewski on 6/7/17 10:49 AM


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Field Nimble and The New Flat Rate Provide Entry Level Price Book for Starter Companies

Posted by David Thiemecke on 6/6/17 6:04 AM

Field Nimble and The New Flat Rate will provide a bare-bones, one price per task price book inside Field Nimble to offer new contracting businesses a way to get started in the industry. Deemed Base Rate, this entry level program will be available to small residential contractors through mobile field service management software.

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Millennials and Service Expectations

Posted by Stephanie Magnuszewski on 5/23/17 11:03 AM


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How Dare You Implement Business Software During The Busy Season?

Posted by Gregory Dooley on 5/16/17 5:05 AM

When it comes to getting started with Field Service software, there is one objection I hear every year when early summer rolls around: “It looks good and we really need it, but I can’t think about rolling this out till after our busy season.” Or, when I invite them to get started and I get a much more direct answer, “It’s summer. In Florida. Are you crazy?” Well yes, I guess I am. I’ve personally been involved with implementing complete office management and field service systems to 25 well-known national HVAC and Plumbing franchises in the spring and early summer, and you know what? It went fantastic.

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