Free recording shows how integration increases cash flow, plus four more benefits
MSI Data recently aired a webinar on how field service companies can speed up cash flow with Oracle + NetSuite and Service Pro.
Many field service companies struggle with slow cash flow. When field techs visit customers, they cannot use a cash register to process cards. They also struggle to track the time they spend on each task and bill customers inaccurately. On top of missing full company revenue, the office must wait many days or even weeks to receive customer payment.
What’s in the Webinar
Our webinar explains how Service Pro and NetSuite help end the vicious cycle described above. Do your field techs and office workers consider paperwork an annoyance? Does Accounts Receivable wait for weeks to receive customer payments? Imagine dispatching a service tech who can solve the problem on the first visit, create a work order and process payment same day, in unison with NetSuite ERP. Service Pro by MSI and NetSuite are helping customers do just that.Customers report that the integration:
Who Benefits from Service Pro for NetSuite?
MSI has many software partners to help us deliver fully mobilized solutions for each customer’s unique needs. NetSuite and Service Pro is best for mid-sized and larger companies in manufacturing, distribution, medical equipment, solar, HVAC and more.
In short, NetSuite ERP manages the business’s financial aspect, while Service Pro handles the rest (dispatching, work orders, scheduling, contracts, inspections and asset management). NetSuite and Service Pro easily integrate with a company’s current systems, and are user-friendly even for the most technologically challenged employees. Together, they can make an entire service firm go digital.
MSI is providing a free recording to those who missed our webinar. There is no catch. We just need your contact information. If you are intrigued afterward, we are happy to provide you a free demo and consultation.MSI Presents NetSuite and Service Pro Webinar by Mrinal Gokhale