Thirty years ago, the concept of a paperless office was utterly unheard of. Having to use paper to record and send information was thought the only option. For businesses, this meant stacks of paperwork, faulty printers, messy handwriting, and jam-packed file cabinets were a necessary evil for everyday busywork.
Picture it: Gohlke Pools, circa 2014.
The struggle is real.
When you own a pool and spa business and offer recurring service or maintenance to your clients you’re setting your business up for success by creating a recurring revenue stream.
It’s a new year and everyone’s talking about their New Year’s resolution. You may have even set one for yourself or your family. But did you set one up for your business? Maybe you haven’t thought about goal setting in your business because you’re not sure what goal to set, how to measure the success of it and how to keep employees on board. In this blog post I will provide you two great business goals and discuss how you can measure the success of your goals within Evosus®!
Evosus®, the leading business software solution for swimming pool, hot tub and hearth companies, today announced the launch of its new mobile service app. Evosus Mobile Service is an add-on to Evosus Enterprise, the all-in-one software for managing point of sale, inventory, marketing, service, construction and accounting for pool, spa and hearth businesses. Evosus Mobile Service answers the industry’s need for streamlined mobile app integration. Over 1,500 service technicians are actively using Mobile Service, and over 1,000 photos are uploaded per weekday on average via the app.
Brick and mortar retailers in the pool, spa, and hearth industries have many challenges. The rise of e-commerce and price-checking tools make it difficult for retail stores to keep prices competitive and stand out against competition without hurting the bottom line. Not only that, but finding, training, and retaining sales associates is difficult, time-consuming, and expensive. For many small retailers, keeping up with the constantly evolving retail industry can feel like a high stakes poker match or a shot in the dark.