Recently a Reddit Post gained online traffic after detailing a tree-care fiasco. This is what went down: after an initial meeting with a tree care company, the Redditor received a quote in the mail. Deciding it was a little too expensive, he did not sign the quote. Several days later, he came home to workers hacking away at his family's beloved wooded backyard, which was not even the job that was discussed. An event like this causes
Unfortunately, incidents like this are not rare in the green industry. Without a sophisticated system of detailing and tracking jobs, businesses may go to work on a job all wrong or even worse -- start a job they don’t have. So what can a green industry business do to stay organized and never have a mistake like this?
Job Workflows. Leads are the first stage of a job. This means there is potential for a job, but the customer has not been met
Automate Business Operations. It is obvious that the tree care company did not mean to make this mistake. The owner,
Job-Site Mapping. Perhaps the worst mistake the tree care company made here was that they took down about a dozen 40 foot tall pine trees the family did not want
Job-Site Mapping is a great tool to communicate better with crew members and the client. The software feature allows you to drop pins