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Jobutrax makes it fast and easy to create field tickets using any device, anywhere. Just sign in on the web or work offline and upload tickets later. More than 4,700 field staff and office staff have used Jobutrax for field ticket tracking.
Paper field tickets that are stuck in the truck may not make it into the office quickly (or at all). With Jobutrax digital field ticketing, you’ll know the status of every ticket and even submit tickets for invoicing on the same day.
Jobutrax autofills tickets with customer-specific details like service codes and pricing, to save time and reduce errors. Once a ticket is created it can be approved, imported into accounting, and billed out, without ever having to re-enter data or print a copy.
There’s no value in entering the same data twice. Jobutrax automatically builds timesheets from approved ticket data and your payroll business rules. Freeing up field and office staff from this task gives them more time to add value elsewhere.
Creating, approving and submitting field tickets electronically, speeds up workflow so you can get invoices out sooner.
Operate more effectively with ticket summaries, timesheet analyses, and certifications & equipment monitoring.
Get timesheet creator, accounting integration, tracking functions (parts, POs, safety, expenses), and more, all in one.
Streamlines field ticket data through the entire invoicing process so you get increased data accuracy and efficiency.
Get help when you need it with one-to-one user support, group user training, lunch & learn re-caps, video tutorials and more.
Stay on top with advanced web technology, easy system integration, free upgrades, and secure data hosting.
It’s become much easier to keep track of what's going on day to day and to monitor our billing.
The reporting we get out of Jobutrax is exactly what we need!
If we didn't have Jobutrax we would need at least two additional Admin staff.
Top tier product and service.
Our field guys love it! They don’t have to worry about keeping track of piles of paper.