Scheduling Software For Mobile Companies Vs Walk In Storefront

Location based scheduling software. What is it? Do you need it? What is the big difference from scheduling based on job location as opposed to everything else. Let’s take a shallow dive into it.

The most important thing you need to factor in when it comes to whether or not you require a location based scheduling software comes down to one simple question. Do you schedule all appointments at your business location or do you visit customer locations.

Prime examples of who would use location based scheduling software are

– mobile mechanics
– electricians
– plumbers
– mobile dog groomers

The list goes on. Basically any business with the word ‘mobile’ in front of it will benefit greatly by employing the use of a location based scheduling software. What is used by your dentist or hair salon is designed for just that. A stationery location business. No wheels. Just the generic scheduling basics.

If geography factors into your day, a location based scheduling software is a good fit for you. It factors in geography, driving time between jobs, efficiency. It’s all about dollars and cents really. A properly laid out day brings with it more profits. Efficient scheduling is key. Automated systems are crucial. Creating a high level service that reaches your customer’s location can mean an increase in your daily sales. If you’re looking to scale your business and increase your profits, your daily route schedule is key.

Robert Ducharme is CEO of Routezilla, a one-of-a-kind Geography driven customer scheduling software that is designed for service companies who must visit customer locations and need to deliver top notch customer service. By asking the right questions of your customers Routezilla is able to offer fully automated customer service to your customers.

“The US on-demand home services sector currently stands at $600 billion. It has shown a steadfast growth during the pandemic and is projected to grow at a CAGR of 49% by 2021. Do you have the workflow methods in place to keep up.”

Robert Ducharme,CEO

Routezilla Software Corp.