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Hurricanes and other natural disasters are intensifying every year. How can restoration companies make sure their CAT planning is up to the challenge?
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To our Next Gear Solutions customers, Today, we’re excited to share that we’re joining forces with CoreLogic. Read the press release here. Since day one, Next Gear Solutions has been committed to transforming the way property insurers and contractors collaborate to drive better outcomes for those experiencing a property loss. We’re confident that the combination […]
Whether you're taking notes or entering information into an Excel spreadsheet, there's always room for errors that could cost your restoration business time and money.
Reviews are an essential part of the restoration business. Here are five ways to help make sure you're earning five-star restoration company reviews.
It’s almost cliché to say that a good business should be transparent with its customers, but what does that mean? What good is transparency? And what transparency is good?
Every industry has a constriction point where one unfortunate event is all it takes to grind everything to a halt. What’s your bottleneck?
The sheer volume of disaster restoration work available after a catastrophic loss event is an enticing prospect, but it's not an easy undertaking—roughly half of the contractors who participated in CAT events say they wish they never had.
Standalone equipment tracking software is one more complication in an already complicated industry. DASH has a built-in equipment tracking solution that keeps tabs on your entire inventory.
When Adobe Flash went dark after years of warning, many organizations were caught off guard; it's a cautionary tale for any company that relies on an interdependent tech stack.