Restoration business owners know that a good CRM is key to managing relationships with the different people you work with whether that is customers, insurance agents, adjustors, independent contractors, or anyone else that is important in managing a job. Relationship management is difficult and when you are working on multiple jobs, you need a way to keep the information straight for each client. But, there are a few different features that your CRM should have
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January 7, 2021 Lisa Lavender, M.T.R., M.F.S.R., M.W.R. “Smooth seas do not make skillful sailors.” African Proverb If you are reading this, it is likely that you overcame challenges, learned new things, pivoted, showed resilience, supported others, and more, after navigating 2020. Although challenges and change are inevitable as we journey on into 2021, we should move forward with a new sense of confidence and accomplishment. After all, you did it! You, your team, and your
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As a restoration company owner, you don’t need to add another piece of equipment or tool to your belt unless it is going to keep you from having to do MORE work. When business owners learn of yet another piece of technology or software that is supposed to help their company grow and be more productive, it isn’t shocking when they are reluctant or hesitant to try it. While there are many types of software
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It has been more than 20 years since my husband and I started our full-service restoration company. Today, I have the privilege to meet and share tips with others who are starting up. The most common request? Lists for things such as contracts, equipment, procedures, any list to give a roadmap to success. My husband and business partner dug out our original start-up to-do list from his files as we celebrated our 20-year company anniversary and
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Organizing your schedule around the holiday season can be hectic. Tasks on your list may include buying and wrapping gifts, planning family dinners, volunteering at your local Christmas food drive, hanging up the lights, etc. The list goes on. On top of that, there’s the added challenge of navigating your schedule around COVID-19 restrictions. This means you may have to add safety precautions and make adjustments to your traditional holiday plans. Just like there are
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Restoration business owners know that a good CRM is key to managing relationships with the different people you work with whether that is customers, insurance agents, adjustors, independent contractors, or anyone else that is important in managing a job. Relationship management is difficult and when you are working on multiple jobs, you need a way to keep the information straight for each client. But, there are a few different features that your CRM should have
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January 7, 2021 Lisa Lavender, M.T.R., M.F.S.R., M.W.R. “Smooth seas do not make skillful sailors.” African Proverb If you are reading this, it is likely that you overcame challenges, learned new things, pivoted, showed resilience, supported others, and more, after navigating 2020. Although challenges and change are inevitable as we journey on into 2021, we should move forward with a new sense of confidence and accomplishment. After all, you did it! You, your team, and your
Restoration Business Development, Restoration Business Leadership, restoration management, Restoring Success   , ,
As a restoration company owner, you don’t need to add another piece of equipment or tool to your belt unless it is going to keep you from having to do MORE work. When business owners learn of yet another piece of technology or software that is supposed to help their company grow and be more productive, it isn’t shocking when they are reluctant or hesitant to try it. While there are many types of software
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It has been more than 20 years since my husband and I started our full-service restoration company. Today, I have the privilege to meet and share tips with others who are starting up. The most common request? Lists for things such as contracts, equipment, procedures, any list to give a roadmap to success. My husband and business partner dug out our original start-up to-do list from his files as we celebrated our 20-year company anniversary and
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Organizing your schedule around the holiday season can be hectic. Tasks on your list may include buying and wrapping gifts, planning family dinners, volunteering at your local Christmas food drive, hanging up the lights, etc. The list goes on. On top of that, there’s the added challenge of navigating your schedule around COVID-19 restrictions. This means you may have to add safety precautions and make adjustments to your traditional holiday plans. Just like there are
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