We all want to bring more business through the proverbial “front” door and see our profits grow from one year to the next. But the truth remains that most business owners and managers execute on half-baked sales strategies based on their own marketing experience, their own tolerance to risk and finally their own gut instinct. While there is no “silver bullet” in marketing, the problem lies less in the intentions but rather the execution. We have often see companies wanting to grow their business, without having the right tools or internal structure to support more business.
In order to be successful in growing your business the whole company need to become the sales and marketing department, intimately linked together like a
The demand for transparency has never been more important to a successful business model. The days of chasing paper, carrying file folders or logging information on spreadsheets are becoming obsolete. No longer can companies afford to reshape information, or bury it in filing cabinets for no one to access or see. The only way to break down the walls and open communication channels is to leverage real time cloud technology. Thankfully, there’s restoration management software that helps you accomplish all of this. Keep track of each job’s finer details
Keeping up with service requirements for each client or carrier can be a difficult task to manage. Without a way to simplify and automate the workflow and job process often results in tasks
Owning and operating a restoration business can be a bit hectic at times. Contractors may feel like they’re being pulled 100 different directions, and keeping it all together can be difficult. The busy nature of this industry often causes a lot of data sprawl, which can be a serious drain on both productivity and overall profitability. Consolidating all your job information is the best way to solve this problem, but just how can you go about implementing such a solution? Job production reports shouldn’t come from multiple platforms
The best way to keep a pulse of your company’s job production status is by knowing where each job stands in it’s life cycle. Having to pull that information from each project manager or