Low Cost Service Management Software now has Automatic SMS Dispatch

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One of the worldÂ?s most popular small business Service Management Software now has wireless dispatch option for field service personnel.

Topping the list of consumer frustrations is the vague or downright inaccurate estimate of the time when the serviceperson will turn up. Often interpreted as indifference, most times it’s a result of inadequate systems and communication.

Miracle Service MSv3 from http://www.service-management-software.com is a comprehensive service management program designed to help small service businesses without much IT experience or time, overcome this problem.

And now Miracle Service MSv3 gives small service businesses the option of automatically sending work orders to technicians or tradesmen via SMS. Once a service request is received and processed by the service receptionist a single keystroke formats the work order and transmits it to the nominated serviceman’s mobile phone as a SMS. It’s the lowest cost means of wireless dispatch.

Even the smallest business that services or installs any kind of product, from plumbers and electricians to computers, HVAC, medical and phone and security systems can afford new-generation Miracle Service MSv3. There’s a free fully working trial version at http://www.service-management-software.com.

As the developer, Steve Hulaj, has said “Miracle Service is the only product that can automate an entire service department in over 20 industries and do so without any on-site training whatsoever.”

Apart from the customer goodwill associated with reliable scheduling, improving overall efficiency and productivity is increasingly a concern for all service businesses.

The easy to install and use software at http://www.service-management-software.com that simplifies record-keeping, accurately schedules tradesmen or technicians and generates invoices automatically is a welcome solution.

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Graham Gilbert