Managing a plumbing business, like managing construction firms and projects, is so much more than understanding and having the trade skills. To keep the company afloat and thriving, you must get more return on investment (ROI).
When you commit your business funds to a particular component or addition, your goal should ultimately be to earn more money than what you put in. Look at it this way: hiring a new plumber would entail putting out more money, not just for their salary but other associated costs (like benefits), as well. But it will all be worth it if they rake in more business and money.
When talking about ROI in today’s age, one of the best investments to have is software. In skill trade like plumbing, the software is probably the last thing contractors think of. It may even be a challenge to quantify how