Productive Computing Releases Version of the FileMaker Work Orders Solution

Share Article

Productive Computing offers this cross-platform, fully integrated FileMaker solution that enables dispatchers to send electronic work orders directly to field technicians via desktop, laptop, iPad, and iPad mini for increased efficiency.

Productive Computing - CRM Software Solutions

We’re so excited to offer this work order software--our customers will notice an increase in the flow and organization of field work because everything they need for the job right at their fingertips.

Productive Computing, a Platinum member of the FileMaker Business Alliance, offers FileMaker Work Orders solution version The work order management software includes several features to improve time management, increase work capacity and efficiency, and create an overall positive customer experience.

“We’re so excited to offer this work order software—our customers will notice an increase in the flow and organization of field work because everything they need for the job is right at their fingertips,” commented Keith Larochelle, CFO of Productive Computing. “Our platform is also fully integrated with helpful plug-ins like QuickBooks. All of this will lead to fewer headaches, less time wasted, more profit, and a better customer experience,” Larochelle added.

FileMaker Work Orders version includes several features for all aspects of field assignments. Dispatchers send electronic work orders directly to a field technician’s iPad or iPad mini. The system is fully functional on each device as well as both Windows and Mac operating systems. The system includes a built-in GPS system to make locating and navigating job sites easy. The FileMaker Go app, which supplements work orders for iPads, allows technicians to take notes, gather digital signatures, and calculate accurate pricing. From here, a field technician can send completed digital work orders to customers and back to the dispatcher, and move on to the next job.

The work order program also allows you to store contact information for each customer, information for each field technician, work order history, and images of all items in your inventory. With the customizable platform, you can personalize modules, and sort and organize information in a way that works best for you.

FileMaker Work Orders is also integrated with QuickBooks via the FileMaker Books Connector, enabling you to transfer information, items, and invoices between Work Orders and QuickBooks, as well as incorporate tax rates. Customers can have customized plug-ins professionally installed with FileMaker Pro Support.

File Maker Work Orders starts at $25.00 per month per user. Please contact Productive Computing to learn more about this and other FileMaker solutions.

About Productive Computing, Inc.
Since 1996, Productive Computing, Inc. has been helping its customers become more efficient and profitable by implementing custom CRM software solutions using FileMaker Pro. Utilizing FileMaker Pro as a rapid application development tool, certified FileMaker developers can create custom applications that a business can run on their Windows or Macintosh desktop computers, in a web browser, on an iPad or iPhone or shared simultaneously on all of these platforms.

Productive Computing, Inc. also produces several off-the-shelf productivity solutions such as Core3 CRM, Core2 CRM, Core2 Invoices, FM Work Orders, OrgPlanner and IT Asset Manager as well as a suite of FileMaker Pro plug-ins that allow FileMaker Pro to integrate with third party applications including Outlook, QuickBooks, Entourage, the Apple Address Book and iCal, PDF forms, credit card processing, digital signatures and biometric fingerprint scanners.

Productive Computing, Inc. is one of only a few companies in the United States to have earned the highly respected Platinum membership within the FileMaker Business Alliance and recently won the exclusive FileMaker Business Alliance Partner of the Year award.

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Keith Larochelle