The impacts of COVID-19 are far reaching, and for many businesses it has completely changed the way they must operate.
Although pest control has been deemed an essential business in most states, that doesn’t mean the day-to-day processes have not been impacted.
You care about your customers and your employees’ health, which means you’re likely taking precautions to keep your staff away from the office and minimize or eliminate their physical interaction with customers. If you’re still using paper to operate your business, you’ll likely find this to become more and more challenging, not only as you try to protect everyone from spreading the virus, but the simple mechanics of why you’re using it – invoices, statements, route sheets, marketing collateral, etc.
This is the best time to innovate, and quite frankly, it’s critical to getting through this time. Get pest control business management software on the Cloud and maximize your time and budget. You can automate pest control scheduling, service, payment reminders and set customers up on autopay – in person human interaction free.
Before this pandemic hit, I recorded a short video on why you can’t afford skyrocketing paper costs. It’s more relevant than ever now.
Inflation and the cost of doing business continue to put a squeeze on Americans. But there's good news for pest control technicians: They're not being left behind when it comes to rising salaries.
Field service businesses that specialize in pest control and lawn care need to stay on top of technology trends in 2023. Find out what they are here.
How great is the feeling when you’re doing the important work in your business and you enter the highest state of focus and concentration? It feels like you can zoom through tasks and finish all the BIG THINGS that you enjoy most about being an entrepreneur.
While FieldRoutes is confident that we’ll be your best business partner, we also believe that your data is yours should you want to try something new.
Challenges and changes that have confronted business owners in pest control and in lawn and landscape in the last three years haven't dampened optimism as a new year approaches.
We owe a debt of gratitude to the pest control technicians who ensure the only thing crawling down our chimneys is Santa, and this time of year presents the perfect opportunity to say thanks. For the pest management service technician who handles all the creepy-crawlies so you don’t have to, consider the following holiday gift ideas.