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Product Quick Facts

Industry Specialties
Field Services / Maintenance
Pricing
Low-end
Works Best For
Any Sized Businesses

About ServiceCore

ServiceCore is a comprehensive and integrated field logistics system built to serve the unique needs of a septic company. Its user-friendly features are designed to help septic companies save time and maximize profits. ServiceCore was developed in close collaboration with small and large septic service companies.

With customer relationship management tools, scheduling, route planning, and a full business intelligence dashboard, ServiceCore is the one-stop solution to organize and improve your operations.

Store customer records in the CRM containing address, payment status, systems, septic sites, and general notes. Assign jobs to drivers by dragging and dropping jobs to a color-coded driver schedule and organize by territory. View driver routes by day or week to maximize route efficiency. Create, send, and print invoices from ServiceCore to get paid faster. Process invoice payments from major credit card companies to eliminate the need for any third-party applications. Record payments and view unpaid and past due invoices online.

The analytics and business intelligence dashboards give users access to an overview of the most important metrics and data to measure business success. Get information about paid and unpaid invoices, jobs created and completed, and revenue to check up on the health of your business in one glance. Integrate an existing QuickBooks account with ServiceCore, helping to avoid switching back and forth between programs when doing books. ServiceCore also offers data imports from old systems. 

Not sure if ServiceCore is right for you? Use our Product Selection Tool to compare other field service management solutions. Have questions? Call one of our unbiased Technology Advisors for a free consultation. 

(Last updated on 02/01/2017)