Only the cleaning businesses that continually innovate their processes and services are most likely to grow. Watch Bradley J. York, Director of Marketing at CleanTelligent Software, as he teaches how you, as a business owner, manager or front-line employee can out-innovate your competition.
“Quality” in your cleaning business comes from motivated and properly trained employees. But how do you, as a manager, supervisor or fellow employee, get everybody up to that level? Watch Courtland Driggs, Director of Customer Experience at CleanTelligent Software, as he teaches how to train and inspire your employees in the best way.
A healthy company culture is essential to your success as a cleaning business. In this webinar by Caden Hutchens, vice president of CleanTelligent Software, you will learn what this kind of culture entails as well as how to create it at your company.
The most successful cleaning businesses make decisions through data management and technology. The question you need to ask yourself is: How often do I use data to help my business? In this webinar by Connor Cox, a software consultant at CleanTelligent Software, you will learn how to use data from your operations to make smarter decisions for your business.
With over 900,000 cleaning companies in the United States alone, the janitorial/sanitation industry is full of competition. For your company to survive, you have to know (and communicate!) what you offer that your competitors don’t. In this webinar by Bradley J. York, Director of Marketing at CleanTelligent Software, you will learn how you can help your business withstand the competition to survive and even thrive.
Finding and hiring good cleaners can be hard enough, but keeping them for longer periods of time proves to be the greater challenge. In this webinar by Randi Anderson, Senior Software Coach at CleanTelligent Software, you will learn four important factors for achieving higher employee retention.
Simply marketing your cleaning services to anyone and everyone is not going to cut it. You need to know the types of people your business should specifically target. Watch Adam Mears, Public Relations Specialist at CleanTelligent Software, teach three important steps that will help you clearly define your target market and grow your business.
It is vital for BSCs to put themselves through a serious self-evaluation to identify areas of weakness for themselves and their businesses — “Achilles’ heels,” you might call them. Learn from Blake Sulski, sales manager at CleanTelligent Software, how BSCs can find each “Achilles’ heel” as they consider efforts of the past year.
For a successful Thanksgiving meal, you need ALL of the right ingredients. The same principle applies to client interactions. Learn from Bradley J. York, director of marketing at CleanTelligent Software, about how to improve your client communication process.
Excited to go to ISSA/INTERCLEAN 2016 in Chicago? Whether it’s the first time or the twentieth time, BSCs and cleaning companies must do certain things before and during the show if they want amazing results.