MN-based RazorSync has beefed up its cloud-based desktop and mobile software app to enable field service businesses to create invoices, calculate taxes and accept credit card payments on the jobsite right from their mobile phone or tablet.
With the launch of RazorSync version 5.0, businesses who use the software to process mobile payments receive the best rate possible on credit card processing and are able to connect invoices and payments made at the job site directly with their customer data. Credit card payments are processed on-the-spot with a small, portable credit card reader which plugs directly into a phone, iPad or other tablet. RazorSync even shows the payment as posted in their QuickBooks Online accounts.
The Company says its typical customer reports saving more than 15 hours of office time each week.
RazorSync allows businesses to generate invoices from the jobsite, attaching photos, videos, and customer signatures, while automatically updating customer records in QuickBooks and QuickBooks online. Business owners are also able to track employee travel time, standard service hours, and overtime, and attribute to a job automatically.
RazorSync v5.0 is available as an upgrade for existing and trial customers at no charge. New customers are eligible for a 30-day trial. After the trial period, the regular monthly fee is $19.95 per user per month with no contracts and no hidden fees.
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