Top 17 Field Service management software
Last updated: April 29, 2021
Field service management business software allows to coordinate field service operations, including scheduling work orders, dispatching service technicians, tracking labor hours and job status, and invoicing the completed job.
Jobber's service scheduling software is the most efficient way to organize visit scheduling, quotes, invoicing, billing and your team.
Powerful software for more than 15,000 home service companies. Automates scheduling, dispatching, estimates, and invoicing.
The world's leading all-in-one software for residential and commercial HVAC, plumbing, electrical and other service businesses.
mHelpDesk is a mobile field service management software that helps you spend less time on organizing your business and more time perfecting your craft.
The preferred field service management software of over 3000 service businesses. Providing work order entry, dispatch, scheduling, and invoicing technology.
FieldEdge provides efficient ways to track customers, dispatches, service history, and more with our field service management software.
ServiceMax delivers the future of field service, today. Its Field Service Management Software is powerful, easy-to-use, efficient, mobile, and collaborative. Imagine flawless field service. At ServiceMax, we help customers of all sizes perfect their service delivery process, drive revenue growth, and not just satisfy customers, but also delight them.
ClickSoftware improves the efficiency and effectiveness of field service organizations and mobile workforces. Real-time operational intelligence delivers real business value.
Field Service Management has never been easier. Schedule jobs, get paid in the field and grow your business with Workiz field service software
Service scheduling software and invoicing software for lawn care, cleaning service, snow plowing, fertilization, pest control and field service companies.
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Wintac HVAC software is easy to use and incorporates everything a service company needs in one package. Wintac software can help streamline your field service business and save you time and money.
KickServ provides you the best field service software that will help you manage leads, your team's schedule, invoices and more. We make service simple.
ServiceCEO software can help your field service business with management, scheduling, dispatching, billing, and estimating. With ServiceCEO, running your business on paper becomes a thing of the past. ServiceCEO even replaces all of the different software programs you once used, becoming your single source for all of your management needs.
Service business software for field service companies. The leading business software platform for scheduling, client management, and automated marketing.
Flexible Software Designed for the Service Industry. Tackle scheduling, dispatching, and invoicing with the ultimate service industry software.
Route and schedule optimization made easy. Automate your delivery route planning. Efficient outbound logistics for small and large fleets. Ensure the right technician and equipment are assigned every time
Field Promax exists to eliminate pain points, streamline processes, eliminate waste, increase velocity, and create VALUE; measurable in financial productivity. We believe that the best customers are the ones who complain; our functionality evolved from direct customer input. Better to have them than to lose the ones that silently go away. Based on this credence, every product enhancement that we deliver today originates from a customer request or feedback. This is what makes us unique.
Latest news about Field Service management software
2021. Field-service platform ServiceTitan raises $500M
ServiceTitan, a startup founded just eight years ago, is worth now, thanks to some massive tailwinds around homebuilding and energy efficiency that are serving to boost the company’s bottom line and netting it an unprecedented valuation ($8.3 billion) for a vertical SaaS company. ServiceTitan now boasts more than 7,500 customers that employ more than 100,000 technicians and conduct nearly $20 billion worth of transactions providing services ranging from plumbing, air conditioning, electrical work, chimney, pest services and lawn care.
2021. Workiz raises $13M for productivity tools aimed at home services professionals
Workiz, which has developed a platform to help small business in the home services space — locksmiths, removals companies, large appliance repairs and others — book jobs, manage teams, keep in communication with customers, bill them and also — taking a page from the world of knowledge workers — run data analytics connected to their jobs to optimize business more in the future, has closed a funding round of $13 million. For a point of comparison, a direct competitor, Jobber, earlier this year closed a $60 million round also after hitting 100,000 service professionals on its platform.
2021. BigChange raises $102M for a platform to help manage service fleets
BigChange, a U.K. startup that builds fleet management software to help track and direct jobs to those on the go whose “offices” tend to be vehicles, has closed a round of $102M. The company has built a business by tapping into the advances of technology to build apps for field service engineers and those back at the mothership who run operations and help manage their jobs, workers who in the past might have used phone calls, paperwork and lots of extra round trips between offices and sites in order to run things.
2021. Jobber raises $60M for its platform for home service professionals
Jobber, which has built a platform doing just that for a particular segment of the market — home services professionals, has picked up $60 million in funding. Jobber’s platform is focused around management software to help sole-traders and small home services businesses make appointments and organize their schedules, set up billing and manage their accounts, and market their services online. The funding round comes at a time when Jobber already has some 100,000 customers across 47 countries and 50 service segments, including cleaning, electrical repairs, landscaping, plumbing and more.
2020. Salesforce beefing up field service offering with AI
Salesforce is adding some AI enhancements to its field service offerings that take advantage of this capability. For starters, the company announced Dynamic Priority. Certainly humans are capable of prioritizing a list of repairs, but by letting the machine set priority based on factors like service agreement type or how critical the repair is, it can organize calls much faster, leaving dispatchers to handle other tasks. Also Salesforce also wants to give the customer the same capability they are used to getting in a rideshare app, where you can track the progress of the driver to your destination. Appointment Assistant, a new app, gives customers this ability, so they know when to expect the repair person to arrive.
2020. UpKeep raises $36M to help facilities and maintenance teams go mobile
UpKeep, a mobile-first platform for maintenance and operations collaboration, has today announced the close of a $36 million Series B financing round. UpKeep meets maintenance workers where they are, which could be just about anywhere. With any maintenance job, from changing a lightbulb in an office building to repairing a complicated piece of machinery on the floor of a manufacturing plant, there are usually three parties involved: the requester, the facilities manager, and the technician.
2019. Salesforce acquired field service software ClickSoftware
Salesforce announced it has bought field service software company ClickSoftware for a tidy $1.35 billion. This one could help beef up the company’s field service offering, which falls under the Service Cloud umbrella. The company hopes, ClickSoftware will not only accelerate the growth of Service Cloud, but drive further innovation with Field Service Lightning to better meet the needs of our customers. ClickSoftware is actually older than Salesforce having been founded in 1997. The company went public in 2000, and remained listed until it went private again in 2015 in a deal with private equity company Francisco Partners, which bought it for $438 million.
2016. GE acquired cloud service management app ServiceMax for $915 million
GE Digital is buying ServiceMax, a cloud-based field service management company, for $915 million. GE is building the Predix Platform, on top of which it hopes companies will build applications that take advantage of sensor data coming off of Internet of Things-connected devices. GE has made a huge bet on the Industrial Internet of Things, using data on huge machines like MRI machines, wind turbines and airplane engines to give customers the data they need to proactively maintain these mega systems. ServiceMax CEO Dave Yarnold says this move gives his company resources he couldn’t imagine, and he still gets to run it as a separate entity within the larger organization.
2015. Mobile workforce service Jobber secured $8M
Field service management software Jobber has secured a $8 million. Professional home and mobile service businesses have often relied on the desktop and even pen and paper, but it’s massively inefficient. Jobber provides mobile apps, scheduling tools, online invoicing, and simple customer management tools for these companies. Since it started in 2011, over three and a half million customers have have used it. The company claims it’s process over over $1 billion in invoices. In Jobber’s segment, the biggest competition is probably pen and paper. Other players include mHelpDesk, HouseCall Pro, Breezeworks and vWorkApp. In the enterprise segment there are larger, established players like ServiceMax and Bella Solutions.