Case Studies

Rock & Rose

Our vision is to make mobile field teams more data driven, and our current mission is to digitize all field work. Most field teams still rely on paper based processes.
6 Employees
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Dan’s

Our vision is to make mobile field teams more data driven, and our current mission is to digitize all field work. Most field teams still rely on paper based processes.
6 Employees
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Layr

Our vision is to make mobile field teams more data driven, and our current mission is to digitize all field work. Most field teams still rely on paper based processes.
6 Employees
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Rock & Rose

Our vision is to make mobile field teams more data driven, and our current mission is to digitize all field work. Most field teams still rely on paper based processes.
6 Employees
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Dan’s

Our vision is to make mobile field teams more data driven, and our current mission is to digitize all field work. Most field teams still rely on paper based processes.
6 Employees
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Layr

Our vision is to make mobile field teams more data driven, and our current mission is to digitize all field work. Most field teams still rely on paper based processes.
6 Employees
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Rock & Rose Goes Paperless

Most landscape and gardening field teams rely on the outdated, unreliable, inefficient tool of pen and paper. Rock & Rose Landscapes was no different. Running their business on paper resulted with having multiple sources of information and channels communication. Naturally jobs, teams, and customers became out-of-sync.

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Dan's Landscaping Is In Sync

Leah was originally managing their communication and scheduling by creating and analyzing paper documents. This created a time suck that could be better spent elsewhere and, on top of that, employees and their schedules often became out-of-sync.

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Layr Has Integrated Best-In-Class Tools

In order to leave customers smiling and to grow a business Layr realized an efficient team was going to be key. However, like most businesses just starting out, they didn’t have the proper process and tools in place to be operationally efficient. William and team had their assets – pictures, spreadsheets, field notes, et al – spread across a number of websites or on paper. It was messy.

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