Mobile Service vs WinSIMS

Starting Price

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Best For

Your Field Service will never be the same once going live with Mobile Service. When managing Field Ops you want clear visibility into the field, Mobile Service is the one stop solution for your needs.

Field service management solution that helps Fire Alarm, CCTV and Access Control installation, service companies and maintenance personnel with scheduling, invoicing, and reporting.

Rating


4.5 / 5
(21)

(0)

Ideal number of Users

1 - 499

100-499

Ease of Use


4.5 / 5

Customer Support


5 / 5

Features & Functionality


4 / 5

Value for Money


4.5 / 5

Product Features

  • check Billing & Invoicing
  • check Contact Database
  • check Contract Management
  • check Dispatching
  • check Electronic Signature
  • check Inventory Management
  • check Mobile Access
  • check Online Time Clock
  • check Payment Collection in the Field
  • check Quotes/Estimates
  • check Routing
  • check Scheduling
  • check Service History Tracking
  • check Work Order Management
  • check Billing & Invoicing
  • check Contact Database
  • check Contract Management
  • close Dispatching
  • close Electronic Signature
  • check Inventory Management
  • check Mobile Access
  • check Online Time Clock
  • check Payment Collection in the Field
  • check Quotes/Estimates
  • close Routing
  • check Scheduling
  • check Service History Tracking
  • close Work Order Management

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Platform

Web/Installed

Mobile

Web/Installed

Mobile

Support

  • 24/7 (Live Rep)
  • Business Hours
  • Online
  • 24/7 (Live Rep)
  • Business Hours
  • Online

Training

  • check In Person
  • check Live Online
  • check Webinars
  • check Documentation
  • check In Person
  • check Live Online
  • close Webinars
  • check Documentation

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