I was talking with a guy this weekend who has an app developed for a different industry and was planning to roll it out for landscaper shortly. I was wondering if I used this app, would I have to buy smart phones for the foreman to use or make them use their own phone. Would it be worth putting some kind of tablet in the trucks? So the app does quite a bit and I could see it being beneficial in a lot of ways. I will give a description of what it does or at least what I got from it. You can log on to your dash board form the office in the morning and send the schedules to all the foreman. They get turn by turn directions to each job. They are able to hit "start" and "stop" at each job. After hitting stop, it will have check boxes for upsells. For instance, if they were mowing Mr. Jones lawn that day, it would have boxes for did he need bushes trimmed, weeds pulled, lawn sprayed etc. It maps out the crews whereabouts for the day so you can see if they stopped off somewhere or went off route. The foreman can take pictures which can be uploaded to your facebook or even tag the customers in it. So it seems pretty neat. I just want to know if you think I would have the investment up front of buying smart phones or tablets or do you think I could have the guys use their phones. It sounded like the service would cost somewhere around 20-30 bucks a month but i could make that up with picking up one new job or just cutting some windshield time.