As the intensity of the pool industry’s busy season passes, now is the time to ask yourself how well your business software supported your business. Suppose you think your company could have been more successful with a different business software solution.
With the slower winter season in full swing, now is the perfect time to consider ways to implement more efficient processes so employees can maximize their time and avoid getting swamped when the busy season arrives.
The past two summers have been extremely challenging and intense. From creating new business offerings like curbside service and home delivery to expanding online store options and redesigning retail stores, every pool and spa retailer has had to adjust.
Pro Pools has found using RB easy to navigate, promotes a good working relationship with our employees and customers, and communication between service technicians and ordering department. RB has reliable customer service that is appreciated by our staff when having technical issues and/or software questions.
There are much more effective options available than the free or generic software many businesses use — for example, RB software is customized for chimney and hearth businesses, so it’s packed with features designed for your unique needs.
According to IDC, a market research firm, organizations lose 20-30% of revenue every year from inefficient processes. After nearly 20 years of working hand-in-hand with pool and spa business owners, we know that manual processes and duplicate work slow you down.
During the winter holiday shopping season, pool and spa industry stores always find creative ways to promote their pool, spa, and outdoor living products as gifts for family and friends. From BBQs and hot tubs to fire pits and outdoor TVs, the pool and spa industry can boost revenue with marketing and sales promotions around Black Friday, Cyber Monday and beyond.
Swimming pool retail stores are evaluating the best way to maximize their retail store space to make the most profit per square foot. It’s been tricky because pool and spa products are in high demand, and stores are also trying to create more open spaces to meet recommended social distancing recommendations.
Running your own business is a major accomplishment. But, it’s also a lot of work! Pool and spa professionals are finding that they should invest in pool and spa retail software with automation to create the work/life balance they’re looking for.
Now that the long lines of customers are shrinking and the phones are no longer ringing off the hook, pool and spa businesses can regroup to make the most of the slower winter months. Now is the time for pool and spa professionals to figure out ways to boost swimming pool product sales.