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As Canadians we’re not into bragging, but Jobber is making waves and the press is noticing.
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Welcome to our second annual ranking of Canada’s Top Growing Companies. The 400 businesses on this list sprawl across sectors, from fashion to finance, and manufacture everything from medical testing devices to organic pasta.
Jobber today announced it has been recognized on The Globe and Mail’s second annual Report on Business ranking of Canada’s Top Growing Companies. Jobber ranked as the #1 fastest-growing software company in the $25M-$50M revenue category.
For many small businesses and those in the trade industry, business began to suffer the longer the lockdown continued, but for the green industry, reports from Jobber show that many landscapers across the country fared well throughout those first few hard pandemic months.
Jobber released new quoting features that give service providers the ability to create packages and incorporate optional add-ons for clients to choose. These new capabilities will help landscapers look more professional while boosting job sizes and increasing revenue.
Jobber revealed new quoting features that give service providers the ability to create packages and incorporate optional add-ons for clients to choose. The company reports that, based on data from customers already using these features, upselling with add-ons has increased the revenues from approved quotes by an average of 35%.
Jobber announced the availability of two-way text messaging within its platform. The new feature enables service professionals, such as landscapers, plumbers, HVAC technicians, and more, to stay better connected with their clients, respond to leads faster, and improve customer satisfaction.
Jobber today announced new quoting features that give service providers the ability to create packages and incorporate optional add-ons for clients to choose. These new capabilities will help landscapers, plumbers, HVAC technicians, residential cleaners, boost job sizes and increase revenue.
Within weeks as the pandemic spread across the country in February and March, [Jobber customers] Amy and Cody Morgan lost their executive-level jobs, Amy’s in real estate and Cody’s in the oil and gas industry. Rather than try to find jobs, the couple, who live in Cypress, Texas, north of Houston, decided to start a pool servicing company called Pit Stop Pools.
Jobber today announced the availability of two-way text messaging within its platform. The new feature enables service professionals, such as landscapers, plumbers, HVAC technicians, and more, to stay better connected with their clients, respond to leads faster, and improve customer satisfaction.
Looking at data from tens of thousands of Home Service professionals, Jobber’s Home Service Economic Report: Spring Edition sheds light into how segments such as Contracting, which includes the HVAC industry, have proven resilient in the face of hardship.
SCHEDULING AND INVOICING SOFTWARE from Jobber helps contractors organize business operations from a single platform—everything from building quotes and estimates in the field, to scheduling jobs and managing crews, to invoicing and collecting payments.
Sam Pillar and Forrest Zeisler met a decade ago in an Edmonton coffee shop they used as ad-hoc offices while working as freelance software developers.
Jobber expanded its partnership with technology platform Stripe to offer flexible financing and instant payouts to its customers in North America. Jobber is deploying Stripe Capital to make it easier for home service providers to access the capital they need to invest in their businesses and grow.
Jobber recently released its Home Service Economic Report analyzing the performance of the contracting industry over the past few months and it painted a positive picture.
Jobber announced an expanded partnership with technology platform Stripe to offer flexible financing and instant payouts to its customers in North America.
Jobber is expanding its partnership with payments platform Stripe to include flexible financing and instant payouts to North American clients, the companies said Tuesday.
Jobber expanded its partnership with technology platform Stripe to offer flexible financing and instant payouts to its customers in North America. Jobber is deploying Stripe Capital to make it easier for home service providers to access the capital they need to invest in their businesses and grow.
Trades like construction, electrical, plumbing, and HVAC were designated as essential during the pandemic, allowing many contractors to fare better than other industries during the shutdowns. Still, Jobber reports a steep decline in new work scheduled when stay-at-home orders went into effect — especially in April.
Findings within the report are broken down by the cleaning, green and contracting segments, all of which saw double digit year over year growth in new work scheduled during the month of June, an early indicator of the health of these businesses. Jobber’s Home Service Economic Report is compiled using proprietary performance data.
Compared to other industries, home services—which Jobber defines as home cleaning professionals, outdoor and landscaping professionals, and contractors—while having felt a negative impact from the virus initially, has since rebounded. In June, home services saw a 21-percentage point swing in monthly year-over-year revenue increases. 
Findings within the report are broken down by the cleaning, green and contracting segments, all of which saw double digit year-over-year growth in new work scheduled during the month of June, an early indicator of the health of these businesses.
Jobber’s Home Service Economic Report is compiled using proprietary performance data aggregated from more than 90,000 home service professionals the platform serves. Category performance is also compared to the U.S. GDP and other major categories for context. 
Jobber’s Home Service Economic Report: Spring Edition showcases market trends and insights pertaining to Home Service businesses in the first half of 2020. Findings within the report are broken down by the Cleaning, Green, and Contracting segments – all of which saw double digit year-over-year growth.
COVID 19 has made a significant impact on the home service industry. At the beginning of 2020, the home service category grew an average of 13 percent. However, according to the Home Service Economic Report, revenues by the end of March had fallen 30 percent compared to earlier in the year. The positive news for residential HVAC companies is that businesses are rebounding.
Residential HVAC is a fulfilling business to be in. Whether be it servicing a furnace or installing an air conditioning unit, the individual is doing important work to help keep families in the community safe and comfortable. 
Jobber’s COVID-19 Data Report analyzes the effects of COVID-19 on small businesses within the home services industry. The data tracks developments from the beginning of the year through May 10.
Jobber recently unveiled findings from its latest report focused on COVID-19’s economic impact on the Home Service category. Utilizing the company’s proprietary data gathered from 90,000+ home service professionals across 50+ industries…
Home service management software Jobber, Edmonton, Alberta, released findings from its latest report focused on COVID-19’s economic impact on the home service category. Utilizing Jobber’s proprietary data gathered from 90,000-plus home service professionals across more than 50 industries…
Jobber announced findings from its latest report focused on COVID-19’s economic impact on the Home Service category. The report analyzes how the category performed overall and compared to other major categories such as Grocery Stores and Restaurants.
May 6 was National Skilled Trades Day. It’s a day of recognition for those who roll up their sleeves every single day to service your home when you need it most. These are the small businesses you trust when your bathroom is flooded, when your air conditioning dies in the dead of summer, or when you need help rewiring your basement.
Jobber launched a new podcast series — Built By You. The show highlights the highs and lows of small business ownership in an authentic way, said the company. The series will feature entrepreneurs sharing their stories on how they stay focused when entrepreneurship gets real.
Jobber announced the launch of a new podcast series “Built By You.” The show highlights the highs and lows of small business ownership in an authentic way. The series will feature entrepreneurs sharing their stories on how they stay focused.
Today is May 6, which also happens to be National Skilled Trades Day. It’s a day where we celebrate the amazing men and women who roll up their sleeves every day to perform an honest day’s work.
‘Built by You’ podcasts feature commentaries by business owners, sharing how they stay focused when entrepreneurship gets real. Jobber — a leading provider of field service software — has started the “Built by You” series of podcasts to provide real-life observations on the realities of business.
Jobber announced the launch of a new podcast series—Built By You. The show highlights the highs and lows of small business ownership in an authentic way. The series will feature entrepreneurs sharing their stories on how they stay focused when entrepreneurship gets real.
When I first thought of the idea for what would become Jobber, I never could have imagined that I would one day be the CEO of a tech company with nearly 100,000 active customers in more than 45 countries. And that I would do this alongside a complete stranger who I met during a chance encounter at a coffee shop.
The creators of Jobber, who are the latest Junior Achievement Northern Alberta Business Hall of Fame Innovator Award recipients, have won for a platform that has new significance around the world. Even before the outbreak of COVID-19, both businesses and employees were exploring ways to work remotely.
Without technology, it’s nearly impossible for a company to grow and stay competitive. Technology solutions help lawn care contractors keep customers better informed, complete jobs quicker, and get paid faster. Software also makes the contractor look more professional compared to traditional, handwritten notes, quotes, or receipts.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, only 2 percent of HVAC employees are women. That is certainly a tiny part of the industry, but that number has the potential to start to grow as more women begin to see the benefits of pursuing a career in HVACR.

Jobber, an Edmonton-based field-service software creator that supports virtual work, built its corporate culture around serendipitous in-person meetings. “We purposely set up our offices to encourage ‘collision conversations,’ referring to the communal areas like the kitchen, lounge and other open seating areas that encourage people to gather…”
Jobber announced that it has been named the #8 best workplace by Great Place to Work’s 2020 national ranking. This annual list represents Canada’s most trusted and high-performing companies as determined by employees.
Organizations depend on a happy customer base for sustainable growth and long-term success. Delivering the best possible customer service starts with establishing a culture that puts employees first.
Male-owned businesses make up 82.8% of all landscaping businesses, but this isn’t stopping women like Ramona Mullins, co-owner of Mullins Lawn Enforcement and Kristy Boase, co-owner of MIL-SPEC Lawn Care. Both Mullins and Boase are Jobber customers.
Jobber, the leading provider of home service management software, announced that it has been named a 2020 Best Workplaces™ for Women. This latest award further recognizes the company’s commitment to creating a supportive, collaborative culture that provides equal opportunity for all its employees.
For your information news briefs from a wide variety of categories within the HVAC industry. SOFTWARE: Jobber (Edmonton, Alberta) has been named a Silver Stevie winner at the 14th annual Stevie Awards for Customer Service in the Computer Software – 100 or More Employees category.
Jobber announced that it has been named the #1 Field Service Management Software product by Capterra, a free online service owned by Gartner that helps organizations find the right software.
Home service management software Jobber, Edmonton, Alberta, has been named to Fast Company’s World’s Most Innovative Companies list for empowering small home service businesses with the technology to transform their operations.
Home service management software Jobber, Edmonton, Alberta, has been named a Silver Stevie winner at the 14th annual Stevie Awards for Customer Service in the Computer Software – 100 or More Employees category.
Jobber has been named a Silver Stevie winner at the 14th annual Stevie Awards for Customer Service in the Computer Software – 100 or More Employees category. This international recognition is determined by an independent panel of judges and experts.
Jobber was named a Silver Stevie winner at the 14th annual Stevie Awards for Customer Service in the Computer Software — 100 or More Employees category. This international recognition is determined by an independent panel of judges and industry experts.
This CRM startup has been transformative in how it empowers small home-service industries–such as your local plumber or electrician–to get the same access to enterprise tools as huge companies.
Jobber becomes the first-ever home service management software to receive the annual distinction for empowering small home service businesses with the technology to transform their operations.
Jobber, the leading provider of home service management software, has been named a Silver Stevie winner at the 14th annual Stevie Awards.
Jobber has been named a Silver Stevie® winner at the 14th annual Stevie® Awards for Customer Service in the Computer Software – 100 or More Employees category.
Jobber has been named a Silver Stevie® winner at the 14th annual Stevie® Awards for Customer Service in the Computer Software – 100 or More Employees category.
In February 2017, Luisa found Jobber. Now, she could give her team access to new strategies that would enhance all of VMech’s services by simplifying and streamlining company operations.
Kiya and Henry chose Jobber’s field service software because it allowed them to apply new strategies to simplify and streamline their operations and grow their business.
Choosing the right software for your company is no easy venture. Greyson Walldorff, CEO of Lawn Capital in Decatur, Ga., and Jonathan Goldsmith, partner and director of sales at Lawn Capital explain their processes for selecting a software.
Plenty of teenagers still use lawn mowing as a form of extra cash growing up, but not many turn it into their full-time career and grow it to a near million-dollar company while still in their early 20s.
Jobber was named one of the best workplaces for inclusion by Great Place to Work®, further recognizing the transparent, inclusive, and collaborative culture it has built for employees.
Now integrating with FleetSharp GPS, this SaaS platform allows its customers to further optimize field operations with live GPS tracking.
Business management software Jobber has been around since 2011 and it is continually adding new features that allow landscaping companies to run more efficiently.
As a part of my series about how leaders can create a “fantastic work culture,” I had the pleasure of interviewing Sam Pillar. Sam is the CEO and co-founder of Jobber.
Jobber users will now be able to track their fleets through FleetSharp GPS software integrated into the app.
New integration helps teams dispatch more efficiently, improve response times and have real-time location sharing.
Jobber released an integration with FleetSharp GPS that will allow its customers to further optimize field operations with live GPS tracking.
New integration allows home service businesses to dispatch teams more efficiently, improve response times, and shorten appointment windows through real-time location sharing.
Alberta is one of the world’s best places to do business and build a life. We have been blessed with abundant natural resources and the creativity, determination and capital to turn them into products that drive prosperity.
Jobber, Edmonton, Alberta, a provider of home service management software, announced the results of a new survey exploring what consumers look for in hiring a lawn care company.
Jobber, Edmonton, Alberta, also displayed new features at the show. The home service management software provider demonstrated recent updates, including online booking, automated customer quote follow-ups…
Jobber emerged as the fastest-growing company in Edmonton and seventh-fastest growing company in the country, according to the Growth 500.
Jobber’s software and mobile app boosts the professionalism and organization of pool professionals with automated quoting and invoicing workflows, online payment options, scheduling and dispatching solutions, and an online client hub.
Home service management software company also named to the Deloitte Canadian Technology Fast 50.
This honor is based on independent analysis and employee survey conducted by Great Place to Work®, which earlier this year recognized Jobber as a best workplace in technology and for millennials.
Jobber’s Sam Pillar and Forrest Zeisler have built their software for home service business from an Edmonton coffee shop to a global company with users in 43 countries around the world.
Congratulations to Sam Pillar of Jobber on winning the Fast Growth Award presented by BDC at the 2019 Start Alberta Tech Awards.
Survey shows consumers desire online scheduling, text and email notifications from lawn care providers.
Jobber started as a two-person operation in 2011. Now, the growing tech company now has nearly 200 employees. Vinesh Pratap sits down with CEO Sam Pillar.
Although providing high quality work is a must, any lawn care business owner can attest that delivering great work and staying on budget is not enough to get ahead in this increasingly competitive market.
Contractors chime in on why the went digital, how they did it, and what they learned.
Local tech start-up Jobber, recently named one of the fastest growing businesses in the country, sells its software to customers around the world.
Jobber’s Co-founder and CEO Sam Pillar on the Ryan Jespersen Show
Jobber, a provider of home service management software, launched several new features including online booking, automated customer quote follow-ups, integrations with Mailchimp and Zapier.
The gig economy continues to flourish with 36% of U.S. workers participating in it as their primary or secondary job, according to Gallup.
Of the 15 Edmonton-based businesses that made the Growth 500 list of Canada’s fasted-growing companies, the software company ranked the highest.
Local tech start-up Jobber, recently named one of the fastest growing businesses in the country, sells its software to customers around the world.
Software is at the center of many businesses these days. With its ability to streamline processes, store information and increase efficiency, it has become a solution for landscape contractors looking to modernize the way they do business.
It’s been eight years since University of Alberta graduates Sam Pillar and Forrest Zeisler started technology startup Jobber after meeting in an Edmonton coffee shop.
A breakthrough tech start-up, created right here in Edmonton, has just been named one of the fastest growing software operations in Canada. We speak to the co-founder.
These new capabilities can help landscapers book clients online and create digital marketing campaigns.
Jobber named the #2 fastest-growing software company in Canada and #7 overall.
Jobber announced that it has been named a 2019 Best Workplaces™ in the technology sector.
Great Place to Work has released its 2019 list of Canada’s Best Workplaces in Technology.
Jobber’s field service management software saves companies time and helps them bring in more money.
But what about accessories and tools for business travel? What gear will make your trip more productive? Let’s take a look at six to add to your packing list.
What’s an area of your day-today business that is a constant struggle? Is it the never-ending stack of receipts, contracts or training sign-in sheets?
Jobber, the leading provider of home service management software, announced today the launch of several new features.
Jobber, an Edmonton and Toronto-based provider of home services management software, is laying the foundation for Raptors-like success.
The company—which provides software to home-service small businesses like plumbers and landscapers—has a long way to go, but a bold plan for how to get there.
Getting flexible, part-time work has never been easier, but for some the gig economy is an inescapable honey trap.
Company appoints Shawn Cadeau, Chief Revenue Officer, and Sara Cooper, Vice President of People.
“For the past decade, I have been skeptical about this high-tech, innovation, disruption, knowledge-based business “eco-system” allegedly being built in Edmonton.”
Company appoints Shawn Cadeau, Chief Revenue Officer, and Sara Cooper, Vice President of People.
“We’re excited to have Shawn and Sara join at such a pivotal time. There’s an opportunity for Jobber to be the next Shopify-type success story in Canada.”
Companies around the world are expecting a high degree of disruption in their businesses, so the need to invest in the ability to change and be agile is really important.
“The company has experienced over 300 percent growth in revenue over the last two years, and is now powering over $6 billion annually, and growing, in service delivery for our customers,” explains Sam Pillar, CEO & co-founder of Jobber.
The company currently has about 140 employees and is adding staff daily. It added a hub in Toronto, which also covers all areas of the business, from sales and business operations to product management and development.
According to Jobber’s survey results, there is overwhelming support for small businesses today. In fact, 92% of those surveyed stated that small businesses are important to the health of their community.
SoftwareAdvice and Gartner Inc. once again identify Jobber as a top-ranked field service software in their second ‘Frontrunners for Field Service’ evaluation.
Canadian software company Jobber has once again been identified as a top-ranked field service software product, this time from GetApp’s quarterly Field Service Management (FSM) Category Leaders Q3.
Jobber has been identified as a top-ranked field service software product in SoftwareAdvice.com’s prestigious ‘FrontRunners for Field Service’ evaluation.
Jobber announced this week the general availability of its new client hub feature. The Jobber Client Hub is a one stop shop for the company’s thousands of home service businesses to provide a single access point for all relevant information pertaining to their clients.
A year and a half after it announced an $8 million Series A, Jobber has opened a Toronto sales office as it focuses on growth.
Professional Organizers in Canada stats indicate 37% of workers struggle with time management and 82% feel extremely disorganized. Can technology help ease the pain? Here, five busy entrepreneurs share what they rely on to stay organized.
Jobber has secured a $8 million CAD Series A round of financing led by OMERS Ventures, with participation from existing investors, Version One Ventures and Point Nine Capital.
Jobber’s CEO Sam Pillar looks back on the last five years since he and Forest Zeisler started the business.
Jobber, has now secured a $8 million CAD Series A round of financing led by OMERS Ventures, with participation from existing investors, Version One Ventures and Point Nine Capital.
Jobber, the software of choice for service businesses, announced today its new integration with Square, a company that brings simple payment solutions to small businesses.
There are a number of startups that we invested in over the last couple of years that remind me of Zendesk in its early days, such as Typeform, 15five and Jobber, and also a few companies that have achieved very significant customer and revenue numbers, including Shiftplanning, Vend and Clio.
Jobber is web-based business management software focused on making it easier for everyday contractors to automate the management of their businesses both from in the office and in the field. Running a snow removal business is hard work. It’s easy to get buried alive in paperwork.
Manage your service business with Jobber, SalesForce-like software for handymen and gardeners. Software-as-a-service company Jobber has raised a seed funding round. SalesForce and other services like it have been around for several years to manage contacts,

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