50% Off Landscaper Billing Software

Discussion in 'Sponsor Announcements' started by LandscaperBillingSoftware, Jul 16, 2010.

  1. LandscaperBillingSoftware

    LandscaperBillingSoftware Inactive
    from NJ
    Messages: 14

    How much time do you spend doing invoicing each week or month? What kind of software do you use to manage your invoices and keep track of outstanding customers?

    Landscaper Billing Software was designed specifically for the Landscape and Lawn Maintenance Industry. We've been working with Landscapers for over 10 years, helping them bill their customers faster. With automated recurring charging and other features to help you bill in minutes, instead of hours, Landscaper Billing Software can significantly save you time.

    We are encouraging Lawnsite.com members to stop by, download a free demo, and test the software out for yourself. Request your demo from this link and you'll be entitled to the Lawnsite.com special, 50% off the purchase price if you decide to buy.

    If you have any comments or suggestions I would love to hear them. We are constantly tweaking and improving the software.

    Landscaper Billing Software
  2. fastpine

    fastpine LawnSite Member
    Messages: 201

    Im interested,,but i already spent $400 on quick books....Damn it!
  3. LandscaperBillingSoftware

    LandscaperBillingSoftware Inactive
    from NJ
    Messages: 14

    Sorry to hear that Pine! Hopefully you are able to get your $400 out of quickbooks. You should submit your demo request through Landscaper Billing Software anyway. I'll keep you on file so if one day you decide quickbooks just isn't cutting it anymore (little lawn joke for you there) we will honor the Landscaper Billing Software special Lawnsite 50% discount for you.
  4. Sweet Tater

    Sweet Tater LawnSite Silver Member
    Messages: 2,123

    I downloaded it, like it and want it, but the only purchase link I can find is priced t 149 not 99 ???

    ooppss ok its been a long day, I found the right link duh
  5. LandscaperBillingSoftware

    LandscaperBillingSoftware Inactive
    from NJ
    Messages: 14

    Hi Sweet Tater

    Glad you found the link and thank you very much for your purchase. Glad to hear you like it and it will work for your business.

    I'll answer your question anyway, just in case someone else runs into it. If you decide to purchase Landscaper Billing Software, please use the paypal button located on our site here. This is a special page set up just for Lawnsite members and is not accessible otherwise.

    Of course, if you do accidentally pay the $149 just let us know and we will quickly refund you the difference.

    Thanks again Sweet Tater!
  6. Sweet Tater

    Sweet Tater LawnSite Silver Member
    Messages: 2,123

    I dl'ed the program about a week ago and have found it to be very helpful in keeping my books organised. Its easy to use and fast in both posting charges and payments. instead of taking 30 min to post the days work it now takes me about 5 min, and invoices. really fast and professional looking. Ls has made my billing soooo much easier.

  7. weeble67

    weeble67 LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 286

    Does your program run on MAC or only PC?
  8. LandscaperBillingSoftware

    LandscaperBillingSoftware Inactive
    from NJ
    Messages: 14

    Sweet Tater - Thanks for your kind review of Landscaper Billing Software. Glad to hear you cut down on your billing time. That's real, tangible results.

    Webble67 - Landscaper Billing Software does not work on Macs. Sorry we aren't able to help you. Best wishes for a good remainder of the season for you though.

  9. M & L

    M & L LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 291

    Hi, is this still available? and if you could pm me what it will actually cost or put up here.
    The site says 179, but your signature says 100$ off and the thread says 50% off. Sounds like a deal at what I think it might be.

    Last edited: Dec 23, 2010
  10. markh1

    markh1 LawnSite Member
    Messages: 30

    Has anybody else tried this software seens like a good deal but is it to good to be true

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