Jobber, a provider of home service management software, announced an integration with CompanyCam, a photo documentation and communication app for contractors. Through the integration, service providers can take and share an unlimited number of photos with homeowners to keep them in the know, which will help service professionals capture details on jobsites, communicate with crews and keep clients informed without having to leave the Jobber platform.
“Documenting a job well done is an important part of running a great business but is often time-consuming and can take time away from doing the actual work,” said Sam Pillar, CEO & co-founder of Jobber. “Teaming up with CompanyCam will help Jobber customers show off their great work, save more time in their day, and increase profitability by getting jobs done faster.”
As service providers race to keep up with unprecedented consumer demand, they are increasingly seeking ways to streamline business operations and grow revenue more quickly. Home service businesses can take advantage of this new partnership by connecting to the CompanyCam app in the Jobber app marketplace. Once connected, service professionals can snap, edit and annotate photos in CompanyCam that automatically appear under the matching property address in Jobber. Pros will be able to easily include the images and annotations in the customer invoices while also highlighting project timelines, before-and-after photos, galleries, and reports.
“Partnering with Jobber is a no-brainer for us,” said Luke Hansen, founder and CEO of CompanyCam. “With this integration we can double down on everything our users value—effective documentation, organization, and visual-first communication.”
The CompanyCam integration is available to U.S. Jobber customers on the Connect and Grow membership plans. To learn more about the CompanyCam partnership, click here.