ServiceM8

Smart job management for trades & services.

(1 Reviews)
ServiceM8 help in eliminating paperwork, improving productivity & provide great service. You can access client and job details, view staff locations and schedules, dispatch jobs and generate quotes or invoices - wherever you are.
ServiceM8
Smart job management for trades & services.
(1 Reviews)
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Core Features
Field Service Management Software Features
  • Accounting
  • CRM
  • Customer Portal
  • Job Management
  • Mobile Access
  • Reporting
  • Time Tracking
  • Workforce Tracking
  • Contract Management
  • Customization
  • Inventory Management
  • Routing
  • Schedule & Dispatch
  • Work Order Management
Client Reviews
An amazing job management system for trades
Reviewed 3 months ago by Tom Parker
Role: Directror of Strategic Growth at Dilate Digital

I've used and recommended a number of job management solutions in my years as a business advisor of Dilate Digital company. Each has their pro's and con's and really you only get out of them what you put in. By that, I mean a piece of software is only as good as the systems and procedures that utilize them. Service M8 is an amazing job management system for trades, one of it's best features is to track your technicians and the send SMS alerts to both your technicians and to your customers to let them know when you will arrive.

Question & Answer
The mobile payment apps are the new normal for making payments. Tech titans such as Amazon, eBay, Rakuten, and Flipkart have all experienced the phenomenal power of mobile app payment.  All the credit goes to the tech geeks who have seamlessly integrated payment technology to consumers’ smart-phones and gadgets. They have genuinely revolutionized online businesses.  ( Ref Image: Image under development)  You can say, the mobile payment apps have restored the buyer-seller trust that had faded due to banking surcharges, geo-locations, and delay payments. Not just enterprises, even customers are applauding the benefits of the mobile app payment like - getting cashback offers, rapid transactions, no additional fees, and tracking payment history.  As per one of the surveys, there are more than 80 million mobile phone P2P (Peer to Peer) payment users in the U.S., amounting to more than one-third of mobile phone users.  List of some leading payment apps in the USA are:   Apple Pay  Google Pay  Venmo  Zelle  Square Cash  PayPal   Note: The information mentioned above is subject to change as per the app provider’s policy and updates. Few app providers can exceed payment limits for the business transaction, which may or may not be mentioned here.  What does it take to build an app like this?  Openxcell completely understands your entrepreneurial drive as you ruminate over this question to figure out - what it takes to build an app like this. If you are familiar with the basics of building an app that Openxcell has addressed in previous questions- like undertaking necessary research, building an MVP, choosing the right framework for app development, etc. it becomes far easy to reach your interim goal.  Now, let's get straight to common strategies for building a successful mobile payment app.   Not necessary, all peer-to-peer payment system has to go global to be successful. Try to focus on the regional market.  Security and reliability are the keys to mobile payment app success. Make sure your app has all necessary certification like PCI and DSS compliant  Use third party API. It is not preferable to invest heavily in developing each separate feature from scratch. Third-party APIs like "Dwolla API" will enable you to connect your platform to the US banking system.  As time progresses, you may require some good cash in hand to maintain a payment app. Try to draw revenue from several sources (paid ads or charge fees on the merchant account ).  Develop trust with your consumers through a good support system and respond to all their requests   There is no fixed estimated cost to develop such an app as it depends on what technology or platform the app will be developed. However, the average cost could be anything between $18000-$1,38,000. Considering the current innovation in technology, it seems, the online payment is going to get bigger, quicker, and better for business enterprises, going forward.
The mobile payment apps are the new normal for making payments. Tech titans such as Amazon, eBay, Rakuten, and Flipkart have all experienced the phenomenal power of mobile app payment.  All the credit goes to the tech geeks who have seamlessly integrated payment technology to consumers’ smart-phones and gadgets. They have genuinely revolutionized online businesses.  ( Ref Image: Image under development)  You can say, the mobile payment apps have restored the buyer-seller trust that had faded due to banking surcharges, geo-locations, and delay payments. Not just enterprises, even customers are applauding the benefits of the mobile app payment like - getting cashback offers, rapid transactions, no additional fees, and tracking payment history.  As per one of the surveys, there are more than 80 million mobile phone P2P (Peer to Peer) payment users in the U.S., amounting to more than one-third of mobile phone users.  List of some leading payment apps in the USA are:   Apple Pay  Google Pay  Venmo  Zelle  Square Cash  PayPal   Note: The information mentioned above is subject to change as per the app provider’s policy and updates. Few app providers can exceed payment limits for the business transaction, which may or may not be mentioned here.  What does it take to build an app like this?  Openxcell completely understands your entrepreneurial drive as you ruminate over this question to figure out - what it takes to build an app like this. If you are familiar with the basics of building an app that Openxcell has addressed in previous questions- like undertaking necessary research, building an MVP, choosing the right framework for app development, etc. it becomes far easy to reach your interim goal.  Now, let's get straight to common strategies for building a successful mobile payment app.   Not necessary, all peer-to-peer payment system has to go global to be successful. Try to focus on the regional market.  Security and reliability are the keys to mobile payment app success. Make sure your app has all necessary certification like PCI and DSS compliant  Use third party API. It is not preferable to invest heavily in developing each separate feature from scratch. Third-party APIs like "Dwolla API" will enable you to connect your platform to the US banking system.  As time progresses, you may require some good cash in hand to maintain a payment app. Try to draw revenue from several sources (paid ads or charge fees on the merchant account ).  Develop trust with your consumers through a good support system and respond to all their requests   There is no fixed estimated cost to develop such an app as it depends on what technology or platform the app will be developed. However, the average cost could be anything between $18000-$1,38,000. Considering the current innovation in technology, it seems, the online payment is going to get bigger, quicker, and better for business enterprises, going forward.

The mobile payment apps are the new normal for making payments. Tech titans such as Amazon, eBay, Rakuten, and Flipkart have all experienced the phenomenal power of mobile app payment. 

All the credit goes to the tech geeks who have seamlessly integrated payment technology to consumers’ smart-phones and gadgets. They have genuinely revolutionized online businesses. 

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( Ref Image: Image under development) 

You can say, the mobile payment apps have restored the buyer-seller trust that had faded due to banking surcharges, geo-locations, and delay payments. Not just enterprises, even customers are applauding the benefits of the mobile app payment like - getting cashback offers, rapid transactions, no additional fees, and tracking payment history. 

As per one of the surveys, there are more than 80 million mobile phone P2P (Peer to Peer) payment users in the U.S., amounting to more than one-third of mobile phone users. 

List of some leading payment apps in the USA are:  

  • Apple Pay 
  • Google Pay 
  • Venmo 
  • Zelle 
  • Square Cash 
  • PayPal  
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Note: The information mentioned above is subject to change as per the app provider’s policy and updates. Few app providers can exceed payment limits for the business transaction, which may or may not be mentioned here. 

What does it take to build an app like this? 

Openxcell completely understands your entrepreneurial drive as you ruminate over this question to figure out - what it takes to build an app like this. If you are familiar with the basics of building an app that Openxcell has addressed in previous questions- like undertaking necessary research, building an MVP, choosing the right framework for app development, etc. it becomes far easy to reach your interim goal. 

Now, let's get straight to common strategies for building a successful mobile payment app.  

  1. Not necessary, all peer-to-peer payment system has to go global to be successful. Try to focus on the regional market. 
  2. Security and reliability are the keys to mobile payment app success. Make sure your app has all necessary certification like PCI and DSS compliant 
  3. Use third party API. It is not preferable to invest heavily in developing each separate feature from scratch. Third-party APIs like "Dwolla API" will enable you to connect your platform to the US banking system. 
  4. As time progresses, you may require some good cash in hand to maintain a payment app. Try to draw revenue from several sources (paid ads or charge fees on the merchant account ). 
  5. Develop trust with your consumers through a good support system and respond to all their requests  

There is no fixed estimated cost to develop such an app as it depends on what technology or platform the app will be developed. However, the average cost could be anything between $18000-$1,38,000. Considering the current innovation in technology, it seems, the online payment is going to get bigger, quicker, and better for business enterprises, going forward.

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