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Old 12-20-2011, 09:48 AM
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Real green seems to be the company to go with for their marketing system. Everyonecseems to grow alot when using real green. I use service auto pilot and like it better then qx. SA is suppose to be coming out with a marketing system first of the year or so. I have seen a piecec of RG in action and it looks great but it isnt online and i hate to pay for support or software updates but i will be going to one of their free demos in 2012
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Old 05-08-2012, 08:06 PM
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Would be interested in discussing your decision.

Will compensate you for your time.

Email me at this email address that I am using to conceal my actual email address:
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Old 05-08-2012, 08:53 PM
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How much does Real Green systems cost for their lawn care program? Last time I called to get a price they called me back weekly for over a month trying to sell me their product which I couldn't afford at the time.

What does this lawn care software do for marketing that lets say my local print shop can't do?

If I remember correctly it was a couple grand for the program and then a monthly fee that never ends?
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Old 05-08-2012, 09:06 PM
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been using Clip for about 10 years...I have my crews set up with tablets and remotely record their data on each job..start times, stop times and clock in and out --
schdule entire years worth of work and look at shchule to adjust--and transfers completed work to quickbooks--nice feature is the ability to pre send emails to customers before work is shculed to let them know when you plan on being there--also can do it for completed work-
they have some bugs though-
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