Some softwares (like FieldPulse) also offer one standard price that comes with everything you could need, whereas other softwares like Service Fusion have tiered pricing models for different levels of functionality. Another factor to consider is that not all software services give you the option to talk to someone on their support team should you have a question or product issue. So, if having an actual human there to answer your questions is important to you, be sure to check if the softwares you’re comparing offers that level of support.
You should also check if the software you’re considering offers free implementation support, or if it’s tacked on as an additional cost. Another factor to consider is the overall cost of the software. To put it bluntly, can you really afford it?
Lastly, it’s very important to keep in mind that the software you end up choosing should be easy to use for anyone on your team, no matter their position. Make sure that the software you pick can be easily understood by your technicians so that they can spend less time on trying to figure out where to fill out job information and more time doing the actual job.
In addition to grants, you can also apply for tax credits. For example, there are tax credits available if you choose to hire veterans or ex-felons. If you use part of your home as an office, it can be deducted as part of your mortgage, property taxes, insurance, utilities, internet, phone line, supplies, and even home repairs to that area.