Only two days to go and the year is over. Here are some tips to consider before you reach 2017, and a few more as you continue to wrap up the year in 2017. We’ve learned a lot over the past 15 years from hundreds of top pool and spa dealers, and are excited to share these tips. As you perform this year’s wrap-up, these tips are designed to help you now as well as help your business continuously improve moving forward.
Ever-changing rules, regulations, policies and procedures—how are you keeping track for your pool and spa business? Do you know if you are in compliance for this year? How about next year? Keeping track as well as keeping documentation to prove you are meeting compliance mandates is a daunting task. The good news, is it’s not impossible.
Part 2: Evosus Mobile Service Creates Instant Visibility in the Field for Your Pool and Spa Business
Chances are if you don't already have Evosus Mobile Service for your pool and spa business, you aren't getting the insight you need for what field is working on—nor in real-time when you need it. This application simply doesn't exist anywhere else in the pool and spa industry. Adopting a new software or technology can be scary, but once you get over the hurdle you will see the advantages to your technicians and the impact on your business.
A Three Part Series on the Hidden Treats of Business Management Software for the Pool and Spa Industry
It’s October! Time for trick or treat-but when it comes to your pool and spa business it’s all about the treats! There are often scary breaks in process lurking in your business that go undetected: pitfalls in inventory management, lost opportunities at the register, lack of insight into what's happening in the field and countless hours of back office paperwork and labor impeding productivity not to mention profitability. The good news is that Evosus Software has solutions for all these scary issues.
Month and year end procedures often vary depending your pool, spa & hearth business or even your position within the company. I will assume that if you are reading this blog, you have some level of responsibility for accounting activities within the company and subsequently closing out the accounting records. For most of you, that will involve much more than just reconciling the bank accounts.