How it works

Job process example

Application Worker

Desktop Admin

Receives a notification that there’s a new job order

Evaluates the time/budget assigned to the job as well as the date and time it needs to be completed

Accepts the job

Receives a notification saying that the job needs to be started

Employee starts the job via the mobile application

  • Can pause the job and come back to it later
  • Has a geolocation tracker while working on the job
  • If required, they can also upload before and after photos via the application

Finishes the job

Receives a notification that the job was approved and where it falls into the income for particular payment cycle

Sees all jobs they finished over this payment cycle and generates automatic invoice/timesheet for the administrator

Generates invoice
  • Can see all previous work they completed
  • Calendar displays the upcoming work as well as the days when the worker is unavailable

See all upcoming jobs and all available jobs they can choose from

Receives a notification when the invoice is paid

Manager Creates a New
Job in MeMate desktop

They set up payment parameters like fixed price or shift length. They also input a full description, location, and related documentation

  • Set up potential bonus conditions like ‘finished on time’ or ‘happy customer response’
  • Choose a group of subcontractors if they don't want to hire a specific person for this job
  • Receive an email notifying them that that particular job has been accepted

See that the job is accepted and now belongs to that subcontractor or employee

  • Receive an email notifying them that that particular job is finished

The manager assesses the job, time taken, and approves the fixed cost or hourly rate that was initially set.

  • Approve a bonus if conditions were met
  • Rate the job based on 3 factors
  • Receive an email notification saying the job has been accepted

The manager can compare the budget and allocated time to performance and time spent on the job and make adjustments

  • Have a full report on job performance and previous statistics to improve efficiency
  • Have a list of subcontractors and their hourly rates

At the end of the payment cycle, the manager receives the invoice/timesheet for a particular user with a detailed list of all approved jobs and time taken.

Create a seamless
business relationship

With subcontractors and employees with
clear communication, understanding,
and maximum automation.