Cloud-Based Software Company Jobber on the Move

Jobber has recently raised half a million dollars in new funding to fuel software improvements, bolster its support team, and reach deeper into the field service industries.

Jobber, a leader in modern Cloud-based software for field service companies, has raised half a million dollars in new funding from existing investors version one ventures and Point Nine Capital.

“Since our first investment in Jobber, the company has made tremendous progress in creating the leading Cloud-based software for field service companies,” said Christoph Janz, managing partner of Point Nine Capital. “We're very impressed with what the team at Jobber has accomplished in the last 12 months and are happy about the opportunity to invest again in the company.”

Jobber will use the new funding to continue aggressively improving its software, adding to its team, and reaching deeper into the field service verticals. The company sees the new investment as an opportunity to further accelerate growth for a product that has already proven itself in the marketplace, and is enthusiastic about building new relationships and growing their customer base globally.

This announcement coincides with a major feature release and additions to Jobber’s team.

Software improvement. Known for providing intuitive interfaces to manage customer information, invoicing/billing, scheduling and more, the newly released expense-tracking functionality and highly anticipated Jobber Calendar 2.0 aim to raise the standard in this category of software, according to Jobber.

“We’re intensely focused on the quality and ease of use of Jobber, and are fortunate to have fostered a dialog with our customers to ensure we’re doing it right,” said Sam Pillar, co-founder and CEO of Jobber. “This update is a perfect illustration of our ongoing commitment to being the best at what we’re doing.”

Support team additions. With double-digit month-over-month growth for the past year, Jobber has also announced additions to both its development and support teams. “Jobber services a large number of industry verticals, and we’ve expanded into new ones in the past year while maintaining a reputation for excellent customer service and high-quality software,” Pillar said. “It’s critical that we continue to grow our team in support of that goal.” Jobber is actively recruiting for several additional roles at the company.