WHAT IS JOB MANAGEMENT?

Job Management is an approach to business operations that encompasses all activities within the job or work cycle. Job Management seeks to continually apply insights obtained from jobs to continually improve business operations.

Job Management Software is a collection of digital tools that help businesses grow, by cutting down on time spent on admin, planning and organising. Job Management Software helps business to:

All of these tools can be accessed via desktop or mobile devices keeping your business responsive and agile. The less time wasted on admin, the more time can be spent actually getting things done.

What types of businesses require job management?

Job management can benefit any business that works in terms of “jobs”. A job in this context is a piece of work (often one that is paid for by a client) with specified deliverables and a defined start and end date. Some of the most common types of businesses that apply job management to deliver services are:

  • Field Service & Trades Businesses
  • Creative & Design Agencies 
  • Consultancies 
  • Construction & Development Services 
  • Engineering Firms 
  • IT Services 
  • Accounting and Bookkeeping Firms

But there are many, many more types of business and several more relevant industries (for example, landscaping, painting, wedding planners) that can all use job management software to organise how they work.

What are the stages of Job Management?

Job management requires businesses to think about the process of moving from a completed job to the next as one cohesive system, rather than a collection of individual tasks. The goal here is to increase efficiency between all the stages and processes surrounding each job.

But, of course, every business is different and will have a different way of moving from one stage of their work to the next. For example, some businesses may rely more on estimates, while others may only use price quotes. Newer or smaller businesses may not yet need certain stages that another business may rely heavily on, for example, workforce time tracking or an expenses utility. Most professional services businesses do still complete a standard set of activities to manage their jobs, which is how Job Management Software is able to help such a huge range of businesses.

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These stages don’t need to happen in one set order, and many can be carried out at the same time. Also, it’s important to remember that info collected at one stage is often necessary to carry out another activity further on in the cycle (for example, timesheet management and work-in-progress management).

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