As Canadians we’re not into bragging, but Jobber is making waves and the press is noticing. A selection of our favorite articles are below.
Jobber, which offers software solutions for service professionals, 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, 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.
Former freelancers forge a bond and a business over coffee. It’s the quintessential first date: coffee and conversation at one of the cafés in Edmonton’s Old Strathcona district. But for Sam Pillar and Forrest Zeisler, it was the beginning of a different kind of relationship.
Originally known as Octopus, Jobber is cloud-based software for field service companies. Last year Jobber raised $500,000 from existing investors Version One Ventures and Point Nine Capital and has been experiencing double-digit month-over-month growth since then.
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,