345 – Finally! The ONE Software for Tradies and Contractors to Replace All Others!

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Looking for an all-in-one software for tradies and contractors? Look no further! Finally! Here’s the one
software for tradies and contractors to replace all others! This software offers everything you need to manage your tradie business. It’s user-friendly and will absolutely save you time and money!

You’ve probably been asked the question, “How are we going to do this?” one too many times. This usually
means that there is a need for data collection and/or analysis. But with tons of tools out there, it tends to get
confusing, therefore leading to trade business owners just dropping out and moving on.

There’s no excuse! The need for CRM is clear… But what are the right tools you need to help you achieve your
desired outcome? It’s so important to make an educated decision on which CRM tool is best suited for the
needs of your organisation.

Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity – tune in to this podcast today to learn more!

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What’s Discussed In This Episode:

0:00 – Are you fed up with running/using so many apps for your business?

2:08 – Welcome back to the Site Shed podcast!

4:21 – The problem about the huge disconnect between your job management tools and your sales & marketing CRM

5:26 – What are the common tools you need to have for your business?

12:03 – Matt’s realisation of the consolidation of tools for one’s business

13:50One CRM to do it all for trade businesses??

14:02 – Showcasing the things/tools that this incredible CRM has to offer…

22:49 – Things you need to watch out for about this CRM


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