Technology can help your company become more efficient and improve your client’s experience; however, do not rely solely on technology to manage your projects.
According to an article written by Jason Parsons in Professional Remodeler magazine, more and more, people are integrating technology into their lives. From Baby Boomers through Millennials, technology has become a central part of our lives. This trend is evident in the way we communicate, our entertainment, and our work. It is essential that remodelers keep track of the different ways technology can keep their businesses cutting-edge (or at least current) as well as more accessible and efficient in communicating with their clients.
However, you have to make sure the product or service you plan on using will be beneficial to you and your clients. You can do that by polling past clients for input, asking your staff what would help them, and always ask yourself—remodelers are homeowners, too.
Finally, once you choose a product or service to integrate into your process, set an evaluation date far enough out to look back and determine if the product is worthwhile and should be kept.