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Service Tracking System
This Help File Page was last Modified on 04/07/2018
❑Effectively managing the quality and efficiency of your Company's Service Department can make or break the overall success - and ultimately, the profitability - of your whole Company.
•This Service Tracking System provides the tools that are needed to:
1.Know when, and for whom periodic service needs to be provided
2.Manage Service Contracts to track and maintain their profitability
5.Be successful at providing that most critical side of you business - the Servicing of your Subscribers.
•This Service Tracking System also facilitates the effective, long-term maintenance of all of the Alarm Systems (and other types of installations) that your Company installs and services (and monitors), and so ultimately, it ensures satisfied Subscribers (Accounts), reliable systems, enhanced cash flow, and more recurring revenue because:
1.Any number and type of Service Contracts may be defined and tracked.
3.Complete Service History is maintained - for all Accounts with or without Service Contracts - and that Service History may be transferred from one Account to another (if an existing Account moves and the replacement Account at that original premises continues service).
4.Reporting of Accounts that have not had service for a long (user defined) time and 15 other Service Tracking System related Reports are available for all Accounts, with or without Service Contracts, and with or without monitoring.
6.Tracking the current Status of your Technicians any time that their work status changes.
7.Quickly being able to Bill Service Calls, almost automatically, will speed payment.
❑Starting your Company's Service Tracking System:
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•Read the Service Tracking System Overview chapter for a better understanding of the many features that are available, and their related Forms and Processes.
•Read the Service Tracking System Maintenance Entries.chapter and its associated sub-chapters
•Fill in the Service tab on the Subscribers Form.
•Read about the Service related options and the associated sub-chapters
•Setup the Recurring Services requirements.
•Review the recommended Periodic Procedures.
•Review all of the Service Related Report options.
•Perform your Daily Operations consistently.
•Perform your Periodic Procedures as needed
•Go to the Service Tracking System Overview for more detailed instructions on getting started.