7 Tips to Combat the Construction Labor Shortage
The Great Resignation is everywhere. It’s on the news, across your social media feed, and most likely in your workplace. In March 2022, a record 4.53 million US workers quit their jobs causing a labor shortage, trumping the previous high of 4.51 million in November 2021. Over the course of the pandemic, people had an […]
Attention Home Pros:
Get More Out of a Customizable CRM System
Ditch the cookie-cutter software and start using a platform that can be tailored to your unique home improvement business.
10 Common CRM Definitions You Should Know
No one likes confusing business lingo. Increase your chances of success with a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software by stepping up your CRM vocabulary!
3 Ways a CRM Software Can Transform Your Customer Experience
Think back to times where you’ve had a poor customer experience. Even if the product or service you purchased knocked your socks off, poor and disjointed communications, processes, or customer service can leave a sour taste in your mouth.
5 Key Benefits a CRM Software Can Offer Your Sales Reps
With abilities to automate processes, integrate with other systems, and collect and store mass amounts of customer data, it goes without saying that a CRM system can set your sales reps up for success.
5 Common CRM Mistakes to Avoid
In order to be more successful with a CRM system, it’s important you’re prepared for the potential pitfalls that can derail your progress.
Fuel Your Company
As you are wrapping your head around the whirlwind that was 2019 and preparing for 2020…how are you going to set your home improvement company up for success?
Know Your Numbers: Business Reporting Directly Impacts Your Bottom Line
“Know your numbers”. This is a quote from Mark Richardson’s article for Pro Remodeler. I think these three words sum up the essence of what it means to be successful in the home improvement industry.
Let’s pretend for a second that you are searching for some new business software for your home improvement business. You’ve done your due diligence, sat through demos of multiple systems, and narrowed it down to a couple of promising choices. Now you compare these systems to find the winner.
Quit Using Close Rate
Close rate; you know, the percentage of appointments you run that end up in sales. If you are like most home improvement companies, you use this percentage to get a quick view of how your sales people are doing in the field.