Sergeant Schedule Software


 

Sergeant Schedule is a cloud-based project management solution that provides contractors task management and field service management capabilities. Key features include staff scheduling, time clock and payroll, smartphone interface and integration with Google Maps to provide project mapping.

Sergeant Schedule’s project mapping function allows users to move staff around on a visual daily scheduler. Users can view staff daily projects, estimates for future work and completed jobs on the map. The solution also includes a “map drawing” feature, where users can include color-coded notes for different assignments.

The staff time clock feature lets staff log hours from remote locations. They can also make comments from the job site and post pictures. Sergeant Schedule also includes billing and invoicing, dispatching capabilities, contact management and work order management applications.

Services are offered either licensed per user or on a per user per month subscription basis. Support is offered via phone, email, FAQs and product videos.

 

Sergeant Schedule - Job mapping
 
  • Sergeant Schedule - Job mapping
    Job mapping
  • Sergeant Schedule - Map drawing
    Map drawing
  • Sergeant Schedule - Availability schedule
    Availability schedule
  • Sergeant Schedule - Job details
    Job details
  • Sergeant Schedule - Time clock
    Time clock
Supported Operating System(s):
Web browser (OS agnostic)

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Scott from Blue Lab Properties

February 2016

February 2016

Great for planning and real simple.

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I love this program. It keeps things simple and work has been easier between the office dispatch and our guys on the road. I can manage my guys real quick from my tablet and keep moving. Thanks again.

Review Source: Capterra