My Service Depot Takes Service Industry Out for a Drive with New Software Feature

Columbus software company's flagship program, Smart Service, goes mobile with Google Calendar integration.

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Google Calendar integration allows workers to view job information on any internet-enabled device.

Google Calendar integration for Smart Service.

As soon as they check their phones, workers will know exactly where to go, when to be there, and what to do when they arrive.

Columbus, OH (PRWEB) June 29, 2014

Software company, My Service Depot, creators of service industry mainstays Smart Service and iFleet, announced a launch date for a much requested feature today: Google Calendar integration in Smart Service. Set to premiere July 11, Smart Service's Google Calendar integration will allow service industry professionals to view their schedules and job information on the go, from any internet-enabled device.

Smart Service is an industry-leading, desktop-based scheduling and routing application. For over ten years, Smart Service has been helping plumbers, electricians, contractors, and other industry professionals streamline and optimize their job processes. This new feature aims to bring the efficiency of Smart Service out of the office and into the field. Any device that can run Google can now access Smart Service.

"In the service industry, field workers spend too much of their time calling the office for directions or basic job information," explains My Service Depot founder Skip Stringfield. "With Smart Service and Google Calendar, we've put the answers in the palm of their hands – literally! As soon as they check their phones, workers will know exactly where to go, when to be there, and what to do when they arrive."

Smart Service’s Google Calendar integration provides businesses advanced, powerful scheduling tools without the need to spring for additional hardware. “Your workers are already using something to call the office for instructions,” says Stringfield. “With Google Calendar integration, they can use that ‘something’ to pull up their schedule and answer their own questions instead.”

Google Calendar will become available for Smart Service on July 11, 2014. Monthly licenses start at $12.99 (after a $99.99 activation). The feature is also available for a $299.99 one-time purchase. Group discounts are available for companies with larger workforces.

For more information about Smart Service and My Service Depot, refer to the Smart Service website: http://www.smartserviceinfo.com/


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