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Welcome to the forum xnuke.I've been using Joist (joistapp.com) for a couple years or more. Very, very simple. But it's been free, and it has done all I've needed - professional looking estimates and invoices, electronic signatures, client contact list, etc. They have added features that I haven't even used yet, like accepting credit cards and syncing with QuickBooks. It's about perfect for the small guy starting out, which is exactly what I've been.
Thank youWelcome to the forum xnuke.
Did you used to work in a silo (ref your handle) up there in ND?
I used to work in avionics engineering on the team that built the guidance systems as well as the nose cone detonators. A very long time ago. Those were the days.
No, I didn't work in ND, but I did spend time around missile silos. I went through the Navy Nuclear Power program and was stationed on a Trident sub for a few years. That was a while ago, I got out in '94.
That's hard even for me to wrap my head around!I did 342 consecutive days submerged. :sad:
Spook boat:wink:That's hard even for me to wrap my head around!
Some of my friends had come from fast-attacks too, and were on West-Pacs like that. I don't think I could have handled it.
Actually... just to keep it real, I couldn't have handled it at all.
(That's kinda why my handle starts with an 'x'.)
It says that it "starts at $20/mo", and additional users for $10/mo. Do you pay more than that, or does that cover all the features you need?I'm using FieldPulse. It has all of that, it's easy to use, and I really like their customer support.
I pay the base price of $20 and then $10 per employee (so they can get notifications of jobs and add notes to customer profiles on their phones). Honestly, the $20 is worth it for features like the customer management stuff, invoicing, and mobile payments.It says that it "starts at $20/mo", and additional users for $10/mo. Do you pay more than that, or does that cover all the features you need?
That's not very expensive, really. The last thing I need right now is another ongoing payment to have to make though. Joist is free, so that covers estimates/invoices. Google Calendar is free, so that covers scheduling. What is there that makes it worth paying for? At least, in the case of a one-man show or a two-man partnership?