Birmingham, UK (PRWEB UK) 27 March 2014
JobLogic will today launch the second bespoke edition of their service management industry software along with a dedicated website http://hvacindustrysoftware.co.uk. This edition is specifically for Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) engineers. Known as HVAC Industry Software or HVAC 15, the software features forms to make engineer’s work cycle more efficient, and let them benefit from reduced time in the office through quicker invoicing. One of the best features is the inclusion of industry forms such as F-Gas tracking to help HVAC companies remain compliant with UK laws.
Thousands of HVAC companies throughout the United Kingdom will be able to remain compliant with UK law in regards to keeping track of fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-gas) and Ozone-depleting substances (ODS). The name of the most widely used HVAC industry form is the F-Gas report sheet. The form is used to track how much refrigerant has been used during a task such as servicing. This powerful form functionality is set to become the most valuable part of JobLogic’s HVAC15 system. Paper forms no longer need to be handwritten as they are now in a digital format meaning no more admin errors or searching through filing cabinets for records, as a simple search will retrieve all relevant information.
JobLogic has been working hard over the last year to strengthen its position as a market leader in the UK service management industry. “I’ve seen a lot of changes to JobLogic over the past 6 months,” said Theodore Bigby who manages JobLogic’s marketing efforts. “We’ve really put an emphasis on creating bespoke industry forms for our customers and I can’t wait to tell you about our latest offerings,” he added. The next industry forms will be for the oil industry and electricians and are expected to be available from the end of April.
To help promote the new functionality of HVAC15 and show potential customers the advantages of switching to a paperless system for their job management, JobLogic have also invested in a website for HVAC companies to see the benefits of the software. As well as a website containing features and testimonials, there is also a blog with news and ideas related to the HVAC industry. The blog will become a resource for people within the industry to learn about new developments and ways to market HVAC systems. For end users of HVAC, it will help them to learn more about their current system or get some advice on choosing a system.