Next to your company’s people, the single most valuable asset your business has is your company’s DATA! In today’s digital world, the information your business has available can have a tremendous impact on your success and profits! Unfortunately, this ‘asset’ is totally underleveraged by most home improvement companies.
Tim Musch from MarketSharp will identify the 6 best ways to exploit your company’s most valuable asset, and provide an inside look into the software on this episode of the Contractor Success Academy!
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What You’ll Learn
How to get another job in the neighborhood for every job you install
Tips on converting your website browsers into buyers
Specific scripting examples to help convert more inquiries to solid, set appointments
The trick to connect all your staff members with any time, anywhere access to the critical information needed to do their job efficiently
Simple efficient ways to schedule your sales and production staff
How to automatically follow-up on every single lead your salespeople don’t close multiple times per year (true asset recovery)
Proactively cross-sell your past customers for additional sales (repeat business)
Why “Texting” is quickly becoming the preferred method of communication for your leads and customers
More about Tim Musch
Tim Musch has spent the last 25 years developing and refining (CRM) systems for contractors in the Home Services industry space. Prior to that, he spent 15 years gaining experience in a family-owned remodeling company in Central Wisconsin. Over the past few years, Tim has spoken to hundreds of groups building the case for the benefits of systemizing local, independent businesses. Currently, Tim is Director of Business Development for MarketSharp Software.
MarketSharp has supplied computerized marketing solutions to over 4000 of the country’s most successful Home Services Companies including over 40% of Qualified Remodeler Magazine’s Top 500.
Looking to grow with the #1 CRM software for contractors, remodelers, and home improvement professionals?