At larger roofing companies, you might have employees that never get on a roof, visit a job site, or touch a shingle. That doesn’t mean that those workers shouldn’t have an idea of what the rest of your company does all day. Educating employees about your company’s core competency is never wasted effort, even if their particular role has little to do with it. Giving all your employees the vocabulary, hands-on experience, and knowledge of your industry will help align them with your company’s goals and improve their working lives. Read on for details.
If you’ve ever searched for software for your business, you know that the process is tough. Finding a single solution for your business’s unique problems, fitting their pricing model to your budget, and getting your employees aligned to move forward with it can take months (and years off your life.) But after all the rigamarole of the search is over, the most crucial step is the on-boarding and adoption process. A good start with your business software is crucial to your success, and we’ll see what that looks like in this blog.
If you pay attention to news out of the roofing industry, you know that two themes dominate the headlines. Labor shortages and hefty fines stemming from the absence of fall-protection and injuries. Providing fall protection and new hires is a job for other companies, but as a solutions-oriented company, we want to share how our technology can address some of the industry's major concerns.
One of RoofSnap’s core features has always been accurate measurements, whether you use our tools to do the measuring or leave it to us. In both cases, we need good imagery of the structure; we can’t measure what we can’t see! So what exactly makes imagery “good” for measurements, and why don’t we use just any imagery on the web? We’ll answer those questions and more in today’s blog.