<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=699507433561484&amp;ev=PageView&amp;noscript=1">
White-Fill.jpg

Is Your Distributor A Resource? They Should Be!

Posted by David Thiemecke on 1/3/18 4:19 PM

Where do you to turn for support? 

Have you you thought of using your distributor as a way to grow your business? Because when you think about it, your distributor wants your business to succeed as much as you do; if you are getting paid faster and turning more jobs, you’ll be buying more. They win too!

If your current interactions with your distributor are only to submit orders, take delivery, and pay bills, you’re missing on an opportunity.

Let’s cover 5 things you need to know when you make your distributor a resource...

Read More

Tags: Get Organized & Efficient, Referral Services

4 Reasons Why You Need to Set Business Goals

Posted by Stephanie Magnuszewski on 12/27/17 8:30 AM
As we get ready to say goodbye to 2017 and hello 2018, it’s time to look at your business goals and all the things you hope to accomplish in the upcoming year. Most people think of a New Year’s resolution as something personal, but it's a perfect time to set resolutions for your business as well.

Here’s 4 Reasons Why You Need to Set Business Goals:

  1. Measure your success: Knowing where you started and how far you have come is important to the perspective and growth of your business. It’s hard to see your business growth from a day to day standpoint, however, when you measure growth and profitability you understand the big picture.
  2. Leadership & Teamwork: Setting goals is good for both your leadership team and your staff to find ways to work together. When everyone understands the end goal; your team’s work together and understand management decisions and priorities.
  3. Knowledge is Power: When you set a goals and actively monitor your progress you gain insights to your business. You’ll be able to better understand implications of decisions made by tracking errors and successes.
  4. Focus: Setting specific goals allows you to focus what is most important to your business. By concentrating your efforts, you’ll hone in on what steps need to be taken in order to accomplish each goal.

Now that we have some background on why setting a goal is important for your business, let’s dive into five common New Year’s Resolutions for businesses. Hopefully, you’ll find something that resonates to your business in 2018 goals. 

Read More

Tags: Get Organized & Efficient

What is the Cloud? And Can It Change My Service Business?

Posted by Lauren Pszonak on 6/9/17 10:48 AM

“Going Paperless”
“Moving to the cloud”
“Backing Up Your Data Online”
“Uploading Your Data”

These catch phrases permeate our digital world, but what do they really mean?

We want to talk about how online software can help your company.

Read More

Tags: Ditch the Clipboard, Go Digital, Get Organized & Efficient

Spotlight Form: Precision Tune-up Form

Posted by Luke Collard on 1/12/17 4:57 PM

A yearly furnace inspection will prolong the life of a HVAC system and help customers save on their energy bills. It is also a way for contractors to build rapport with their customer base. A Precision Tune-up Form allows HVAC companies to stay top of mind with their customers and to build rapport.  Scout powered by Pointman ensures that Precision Tune-up forms are completed thoroughly, with accuracy, and in a timely and efficient manner. The mobile checklist for precision tune-up takes away the need for paperwork records and minimizes clutter, thus simplifying the process both for you as the contractor and for your customers. With Scout, you can easily create and manage your tune-up checklists and benefit from leveraging several key features:

 

Read More

Tags: Product - Scout, HVAC Contractors, Get Organized & Efficient

Service Tech Workflow: Documents, Technology, and People

Posted by Luke Collard on 7/8/16 1:44 PM

 

It's not always easy to create an efficient workflow for large amounts of documents your business has to deal with. In order to get started with a new workflow for your company especially for your service technicians,  you need to check a few things. 

The first is which documents you believe are the most important to the success of your company. The second is what technology are you using to create, maintain, and store them. And the third is who are the people that use and care about them. Once you've compiled a list of the most important documents, assessed how they are produced, maintained, stored, and once you understand the needs of the document users you can look at the performance of your current strategy and see how it can be improved. You'll have to ask you and your staff questions like:

 

Read More

Tags: Product - SWRemote, Get Organized & Efficient

Get Email Updates