Freeance Mobile for Cityworks

Freeance Mobile for Cityworks


Freeance Mobile for Cityworks is the first Cityworks centric software developed for Cityworks Server.

With Freeance Mobile for Cityworks, you can now take your work orders, service requests and inspections out in the field on iPhones, iPads and Android smart phones and tablets.

Search on, edit, and create work orders, service requests and inspections.

View and add ELM to work orders and service requests.

Close and change the status of work orders, service requests and inspections.

Freeance Mobile for Cityworks software not only accesses your Cityworks records but also allows you to add GPS locations to them. Freeance Mobile software makes it possible for you to know that the work is done, when it was done, and where it was done.

This free application is set up to run with a sample Cityworks Server database. To access and see your own Cityworks records you'll need to download our Freeance Mobile Cityworks Server application. For more information on this please contact Chris Asher at [email protected]

Runs with both Cityworks Sever 2012.1 and 2013

"The easiest-to-use mobile software for field users of Cityworks."

Recent changes:
Features:
- Ability to transfer Estimated to Actual material cost
- Zoom into map when GPS is enabled
- Investigation checkbox must be checked in order to set Investigation Date

Fixed Issues:
- Storerooms disabled in Designer are available in Freeance
- Cityworks config resync
- Timestamps set to the 31st date of the month sometimes revert to the 1st
- Cyclical Work Orders are created with the wrong date
- Employee dropdown inputs are set to the first option in the list when updating a record
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Free
88
4.4
User ratings
9
Installs
500+
Concerns
0
File size
702 kb
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About Freeance Mobile for Cityworks
Freeance Mobile for Cityworks is the first Cityworks centric software developed for Cityworks Server.

With Freeance Mobile for Cityworks, you can now take your work orders, service requests and inspections out in the field on iPhones, iPads and Android smart phones and tablets.

Search on, edit, and create work orders, service requests and inspections.

View and add ELM to work orders and service requests.

Close and change the status of work orders, service requests and inspections.

Freeance Mobile for Cityworks software not only accesses your Cityworks records but also allows you to add GPS locations to them. Freeance Mobile software makes it possible for you to know that the work is done, when it was done, and where it was done.

This free application is set up to run with a sample Cityworks Server database. To access and see your own Cityworks records you'll need to download our Freeance Mobile Cityworks Server application. For more information on this please contact Chris Asher at [email protected]

Runs with both Cityworks Sever 2012.1 and 2013

"The easiest-to-use mobile software for field users of Cityworks."

Recent changes:
Features:
- Ability to transfer Estimated to Actual material cost
- Zoom into map when GPS is enabled
- Investigation checkbox must be checked in order to set Investigation Date

Fixed Issues:
- Storerooms disabled in Designer are available in Freeance
- Cityworks config resync
- Timestamps set to the 31st date of the month sometimes revert to the 1st
- Cyclical Work Orders are created with the wrong date
- Employee dropdown inputs are set to the first option in the list when updating a record

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A Google User
May 13, 2013
Cityworks 2013 use Easy to use
A Google User
Sep 21, 2012
CW User Light weight and easy to pull up live Work Orders on my Droid Bionic.
A Google User
Sep 21, 2012
CW User Light weight and easy to pull up live Work Orders on my Droid Bionic.
A Google User
Sep 21, 2012
GPS Nice for adding lat long to CW records
A Google User
Sep 21, 2012
Tablets the best Like the larger text and pulldowns