Jobber is an award-winning job tracking and customer management software for home service businesses.
Jobber provides software to small businesses which manages things like proposals, schedules and invoices.
Jobber was founded in 2011 by Sam Pillar and Forrest Zeisler. The company is headquartered in Edmonton, Alberta, with an office in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Jobber’s platform is focused around management software to help sole-traders and small home services businesses make appointments and organize their schedules, set up billing and manage their accounts, and market their services online.
Jobber’s field service management software is customizable to fit your process. Schedule jobs more efficiently, optimize routes, send quotes and invoices via text messages, and get paid on the spot. With a mobile app, 1-on-1 training, and simple setup, you’ll be running a more efficient business in no time.
Jobber already has some 100,000 customers across 47 countries and 50 service segments, including cleaning, electrical repairs, landscaping, plumbing and more. The company has invoiced for over $15 billion in services.
Jobber is backed by Summit Partners, OMERS Ventures, Version One Ventures, Tech Pioneers Fund and others. The company raised $60M in Series B round on Jan 12, 2021. This brings Jobber's total funding to $66.5M to date.