Have you ever been in a situation where you had too many customers calling for your services at the same time? Or, have you ever had too few customers asking for your services, so you wanted to select only those clients that would prove most lucrative?
Anyone in this industry is familiar with the term PPE - Personal Protective Equipment. And no doubt you know restoration jobs are filled with hazards like mold, asbestos, VOC’s, sharp objects, collapsing ceilings, and debris-covered walkways (just to name a few).
Elite members have met CORE’s rigorous credentialing standards the ability to be a part of a premier service offering; to align themselves with an organization that believes in operating with the highest standards of craftsmanship, quality, and integrity, all without giving up their independence.
So, you’re considering investing in GPS vehicle tracking for your fleet. Smart move: the right vehicle tracking software can help improve your customer service, increase the lifespans of your company’s trucks, and boost your bottom line in all sorts of other ways.
I admit that when starting Next Gear Solutions, I thought the same thing. A family is much better than a cold business environment that cares only about the company’s needs and not about the needs of the employee, right? If faced with only those two options, I would continue to choose the “family business model,” but I believe there is another more optimal choice, which is the “sports team” business model.
Change and evolution rarely come easily or naturally for an entire company. As the founder and CEO of Next Gear Solutions, I have spent years helping thousands of restoration contractors do one primary thing: drive major change in their business.
Third Party Administrators (TPAs) have the potential to be part of a high performing business mix for restorers. The idea of assignments being doled out from the insurance company during slow patches, with low referral fees and little headache is appealing.
Check out the July 2020 edition of Restoration and Remediation! The July 2020 issue of R&R continues the discussion of handling COVID-19 cleaning jobs. Experts weigh in on insurance coverage, how to make sure contracts are effective and spare contractors from legal disputes, lessons from the pandemic, and a standard of care when doing this specialty work.