New Policy Highlights Company’s Confidence in Product

 

mJobTime is proud to announce the introduction of a 60-Day Money-Back Guarantee for new customers. Now the risk of purchasing a mobile time tracking application has been virtually eliminated. Try the system for 60 days after an onsite implementation, and if you're not satisfied with your decision, mJobTime will issue a refund.

"After 10 years of developing mJobTime, we're so confident in our product that, beginning this month, every customer who purchases a mJobTime system can qualify for the new guarantee," said Richard Daniels, VP/CFO of mJobTime.

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How to Access Customer Support Documentation

So, you've purchased mJobTime and you’re enjoying the many benefits of our mobile time tracking software - a reduction in administrative data entry time, more accurate time records, and better control over your field labor, etc. One huge benefit of becoming a mJobTime customer is the top notch technical support you will receive. Our experienced and professional staff is always available to answer questions about mJobTime, but with our new updated Online Customer Support Documentation, customers can now answer their own questions. Once logged in, you can access our library of support documents, organized by the same menus within the software, or simply search for the topic you are looking to access.

Customization brings a wide variety to client roster

From the beginning, mJobTime's primary focus has been on serving the needs of the construction industry. Today, our reach extends far beyond general contractors. Thanks largely to our customizable and configurable software, today you will find mJobTime mobile time tracking software on all types of job sites.

What's even more impressive is that many of our happy clients often refer mJobTimeto their industry partners as a recommended solution for their labor time tracking needs.

Since the time that Apple and Google have become dominant players in technology, there has been the argument of which strategy is better – having near total control of your product or taking a “giving the keys to the car” approach.

Steve Jobs, the legendary founder and CEO of Apple was well known for his laser like focus. He first used it on the Apple I personal computer and its subsequent iterations, then on the iPod, iPhone, and iPad. Job’s philosophy was that brilliance was achieved through simplicity.  He also believed that his products would be more dependable if he had complete control of their environment. 

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