Category: Clik Jobs
Job management software can come in many forms, appealing to a range of businesses. Both offline and online solutions have benefits, so how do you know which is more suited to you and your business? We’ll give you a quick run-down of three primary benefits of our job management app Clik Jobs and remote web-based […]
Makeovers can be a bit weird. They usually involve taking a perfectly good face, putting loads of stuff on it and saying it looks better at the end. But, occasionally, makeovers add a bit of magic. We have been thinking about Clik Jobs, our job management app, for a while and decided it could definitely […]
We had a tweet today from Lee at Chesters Electrical. Clik Jobs is sending notifications to his Apple Watch. Clik Jobs works with iOS and Android, allowing you to your jobs on-the-road and on-site when you need them. Find out more about Clik Jobs.
A while back we covered the merits of Cloud vs Desktop software. Now that Clik Jobs has been out for a while, it’s worth clarifying where we are with cloud and desktop based environments. Clik Service, the main office software to run your business, is desktop based. This means the software is physically installed on […]
Clik Service and Clik Jobs have big updates out today, have a read what’s new and get downloading!
Clik Jobs has finally been released on iTunes. Hooray!
We promise it won’t be too much longer, we want to make sure everything is spic and span before release. So while the developers have been tapping away wildly finishing it off, we made a little video for you. Note: The bit in the video where we are adding an image to a job sheet, […]
We’ve produced a video to show you how Clik Jobs will work, have a watch!
A few months back now, we started working on a brand new product which will work alongside Clik Service to manage your jobs. Clik Jobs will come in the form of Android, iPad and iPhone apps.
Let’s go back to 2003…
Steve’s off to work, he picks up his Nokia 6230 and the company laptop, which weighs more than his dog (and doesn’t have a wifi connection) and leaves the house. After driving 30 minutes to the office to collect the paperwork, he finds out his first job of the day is to go and repair a broken down lift in an old building which has been converted into offices.