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Tips in Choosing a Janitorial Software If you are a cleaning company looking for a janitorial or cleaning software then you should conduct an online search to look for the best janitorial software that will meet your specific needs. Find out how the cleaning software is summarized and what its computing features are if you find a website offering such software. You should find a software specifically designed for the cleaning or janitorial service industry because you will find many products that are generalized or intended for multiple service based industries. The basic service based business functions are covered in these generalized products or software intended for different service businesses and some of these functions include preparation of scheduling and dispatching, bid estimations, proposals, service contracts and maintenance agreements, inventory management, purchasing and others. There are many manufacturers’ website where you can’t really tell if what they offer is something useful for your cleaning business so what you can do is to give them a call so you will know their pricing and if the software their offer has the features that you need in your business. So when you give them a call you give their phone sales professionals the opportunity of convincing you to purchase their generic products because you can use it for your cleaning business. The generic software products however are often quite pricey. Charts and tables with cleaning rates or cleaning times/janitorial production rates are often not found in generic software but is very important to determine accurate workloads for new prospective cleaning accounts.
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Just keep in mind that when you are purchasing janitorial software you get one that is design specifically to meet the needs of the cleaning industry as a whole, and keep away from the generic multi-service industry approach which is a ‘one size fits all’ software.
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Also, if you specialize in one or more cleaning services like pressure washing, floor care, apartment clean outs, maid services, or others, make sure that the cleaning software covers most or all of your specific needs as well. Look for a website which specifies the specific service sectors their products are suited for. There are websites that gives you visual examples of what you will find in the software. If you are new in the cleaning business or if you are trying to expand your current business, then these are the features that you should look for in the software: spreadsheets for preparing precise janitorial bids which use professional work loading approaches, charts and tables with production rates and cleaning times, janitorial proposal examples, sample janitorial service agreements, and if applicable to your business, a sample NOA (government notice of award, for a winning cleaning contract bid, with terms of agreement.) These features are most often found in professionally designed cleaning software products that are dedicated to janitorial bidding and janitorial proposals. You can search for janitorial bidding software online if bidding is your primary focus.