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Phill’s team are united with the business, and the community (Part 2 of 2)

Brad Halcrow   6 September, 2017

This is the second post in a two-part series following Laser Plumbing Vermont. In this interview we hear how Phil Craig has established a strong team culture which has prepared the company for a prosperous forecast.

Growing the business with better, more affordable software

Brad Halcrow   4 September, 2017

Dana Henzler is Vice President of Quality Degree, Inc. An HVAC company based in Royersford, Pennsylvania.

The company currently has three staff members in the office and 20 in the field but they’re looking to grow. As part of their growth strategy QDI aim to increase Maintenance Agreement sales.

Fewer hours & more productivity

Brad Halcrow   29 August, 2017

Frank Bauer's, Proguard Protection Services has seen significant improvements since implementing simPRO in 2016. In the following story VP of Operations, David Divine and VP of Finances and Human Resources, Cheryl Bach outline the extraordinary savings that have been made since the software’s implementation.

With simPRO embedded, the ceiling of growth has been lifted

Brad Halcrow   25 August, 2017

Frank Bauer II is the CEO of Proguard Protection Services in Aspen Colorado. The company has a total of 23 employees, 11 of which are in the field. Frank realized Proguard had hit a ceiling of growth. New infrastructure was required to lift the ceiling in order to continue building the company. As luck would have it, Frank found simPRO.

Staff autonomy enabling a speedy process (Pt 1 of 2)

Brad Halcrow   3 July, 2017

Phill’s been in business for more than 20 years. It was around 10 years ago when he realised he’d like to take the business further.

He had big plans but the business model just wasn’t quite working; the infrastructure wasn’t enabling expansion. Phill hired the help of a business coach to implement systems and processes to propel the business forward.

An open letter of phenomenal success

Brad Halcrow   21 June, 2017

If you’ve been following The Journey for a while you’ve probably already heard of Adam Bell. He was the guy who went from working long, long hours to becoming a triathlete in between fishing holidays. After a while he got bored of all the time off so he’s decided to get stuck back into work and put in at least 30 hours per week to grow the business. Adam’s bought a new office space and big changes are ahead.

I asked him recently how adding simPRO to his business has changed things for him personally and professionally. This is his email to me in all its unedited glory.

The Birdsville track awaits while the business takes care of itself

Brad Halcrow   19 June, 2017

It's always exciting to see what can be achieved once the hard work is done and a business owner can sit back and enjoy the rewards.

Michelle and Cameron's businesses are in full swing. The staff and simPRO Enterprise are taking care of the daily tasks which means holidays (and gardening) are a reality for this entrepreneurial couple.

After 13 years in business, growth is no longer a challenge

Brad Halcrow   14 June, 2017

In this update we meet Lee Duffett, owner of Duffett Electrical Services. For the past 13 years Duffett has supplied electrical, fire and security services to commercial and residential properties along the south coast of Dorset, UK.

Every software update brings new business opportunities

Brad Halcrow   25 May, 2017

After joining Hawkins on Fire as Office Manager back in 2009, Eunice was tasked with managing office operations to ensure compliance and customer satisfaction and enable the business to grow. Finding the right solution for a company to rely on for its day-to-day operations is one thing, but being responsible for a new management system’s implementation is another. Eunice grabbed the ball and ran with it.

Dog Sledding in the Yukon

Brad Halcrow   16 May, 2017

When Paul Harty and wife Jenni started out in electrical business in 1987, during the day Paul would be on the tools while Jenni worked at the supermarket. At night, they’d get together to do the invoicing. Over time, the couple's hard work has paid off.