Struggling to keep up with all the haphazard communication between you and your customers? Your relationships with your customers can make or break your construction business. By organizing project information and making it accessible for everyone, you can keep your customers happy and engaged throughout the project while also dramatically reducing the costly mistakes that result from miscommunication.
Your customers can see the status and change history for all project documents you share with them including estimates, change orders, and invoices.
Share files and photos with your clients to keep everyone on the same page and well-informed throughout the entire process.
Share all your customer messaging organized in one place. When customers comment and you reply, all participants will be notified via email.
The Customer Portal and all email notifications are automatically branded with your logo to provide your customers with a familiar experience.
Allow customers to digitally accept, deny, or request changes to your proposals and automatically track them back to the budget. When Documents are approved via the Customer Portal, an electronic signature and timestamp is automatically recorded for future reference.
“I have worked with some of the most popular software companies out there. They are happy to take your money and explain how to use their system ‘Their Way’. JobTread has done a great job of seeing things through the eyes of a contractor.”
-Tony Elliott, Roseville Kitchen & Bath
Our previous software required subcontractors and customers to download apps and be tech-savvy to use it. JobTread relieves that burden because it doesn’t require customers and subcontractors to download anything. It is easy for them to use.- Monick Gandhi, Dazzling Homes Corp
Do you ever have a disagreement with your customer over the details of a project and have nowhere to turn for answers? No more! Job related activity is shared between you and your customer so everyone is on the same page. Submission dates, selections, approvals, change orders, feedback, file uploads, and more are logged on the activity feed, creating a historical record that can put an end to “he said, she said” arguments.