There are so many moving pieces for all restoration projects, and there are several places where people can drop the ball and communication can suffer. When communication falters it causes unnecessary problems and stress. During any restoration project managing expectations and communicating properly with all parties involved is the single most important factor for project management success.
There are two types of communication that deserve attention. The first is the internal communications of your office and the second is the external communications with customers and insurance agents and adjusters. It is critical to make sure everyone is on the same page, job status updates are communicated and documentation is organized and delivered at the right time.
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How many times have you heard the saying, “time is money”? It’s never been more true for the small business owner who simply can’t afford to waste time. Technology offers countless opportunities to maximize efficiency within your business operations, and therefore, save you time. When your business is operating efficiently, it gives you more time to market your business and increase sales. Save Time, Make Money
Upgrading to a could-based technology system will not only save you from spending money on paper, printer ink, files, notepads, etc., but it will also help you make even more money. When you are spending less time filling out paperwork, writing out the details, filing it away, or looking for a file, not to mention having
When accidents happen, it’s important for restoration companies to have the right tools at their disposal to serve their client. In the same way that restoration teams might use a flood extractor to remove water, companies are now turning digital and using restoration management software like DASH to manage and complete projects. Here are 5 reasons why adding software to your tool belt might be a good move for you. Integration
A fire ripped through a building and now you have to fix it. Your team has to provide a preliminary loss report, your sub-trades need a work order, and your client needs to know how much it is going to cost them. Everyone needs access to critical job information in