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    Default Is There A Simple CRM For Landscapers / Electricians / Small Business?

    I'm curious what landscapers use to manage their jobs / customers and keep track of invoices. This could also extend to snow clearing or any other small to medium job personal business, what are you using to quote jobs and keep track of them? I'm just wondering what's out there.

    Now that I think of it I guess I could include electricians / plumbers and other home based services as well.
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    Interested.

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    Does this require math? Possibly interested.

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    I've had 3 different employers that use jobber for CRM.

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    +1 for jobber. Does 80% of what Service Titan, Service Lightning and other more expensive programs do for 1/10th the cost. Expect to spend $150 - $250 per month. Worth every penny.

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    Quickbooks would probably work for basic stuff like issuing invoices and tracking expenses.

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    Is Jobber missing anything important?
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    check out wave financial

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    Miracle serve has inventory/job scheduling/invoicing and supports export to sage, natively.

    All of that means super cheap for both accounting and CRM.

    It's clunky to use but its effective once it is setup. the web portal is kind of useful, but again took a while to setup.

    When our organization grew we went to SAP which blows all manners of donkey.
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    Square Invoices, Point of Sales and Square Appointments.
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    I by no means work for a small business, however we recently switched to Salesforce and it is solid and the best CRM software I’ve worked with.

    From a quick search, they have specific plans for Small Business/Entrepreneurs.
    These opinions are entirely my own and do not represent any other person or organization.

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