FieldBin will offer its application free of charge for one year to any Florida-based trade company assisting with Hurricane Ian recovery or rebuilding their existing business. FieldBin’s application is designed to help contracting, HVAC, plumbing, electrical, landscaping, and other trade companies manage every aspect of their business.
“Like many people across this country, we are heartbroken by the devastation caused by Hurricane Ian in Florida and the unimaginable hardships its residents and businesses now face,” said Garrett Wilson, the president of FieldBin. “We hope that by giving our solution to field service trade professionals assisting with hurricane recovery, we can help them get their businesses back up and running faster so that they are then able to better manage the massive challenge of rebuilding their communities.
“The Hurricane Ian recovery effort requires significant boots on the ground, but Florida has been experiencing a significant shortage of skilled labor. Construction companies and other trade workers have an admirable history of responding quickly to disasters and emergencies, and we’d like to empower them to help in the relief efforts as best they can,” Garrett added.
FieldBin's features include work order scheduling, invoicing, inventory management, estimating and quotes, payments processing, service portal, and customer management with a simple-to-use interface, intuitive navigation, and drag-and-drop functionality – all accessible from anywhere on any device.
In addition to contracting, HVAC, plumbing, electrical, and landscaping, FieldBin is ideal for painting, cleaning, roofing, fencing, and handyman service businesses.
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