Adventures in Irrigation

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As I talked about during my first blog post last summer, I’ve spent a lot of time over the past few years troubleshooting irrigation issues in my yard. Before moving into my home six years ago, I had no idea what could, and often does go wrong with sprinkler systems. All I can say is I’ve learned a lot.

Need to Replace a Sprinkler Head? No Problem!

It all started when a helpful family member offered to mow my lawn for ...

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New Feature – Grouping Invoices by Service Location

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Just in time for spring, we’ve rolled out a new feature that gives you more control over how you run your business – the ability to group invoices by service location.

Grouping Invoices by Customer

We know that no two companies do things the same way. This is especially true when it comes to how you invoice your customers. Previously, you could only group invoices by customer in Syncta. This can be helpful if your customer doesn’t have many locations ...

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Deepening Our Partnership With Watts

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Last July, Syncta was excited to announce our partnership with Watts. Pairing our knowledge of backflow testing software with Watts’ robust hardware offerings in the backflow and plumbing industries made great sense. Since last summer, Syncta and Watts have worked closely together to gain a better understanding of how we can use respective expertise to benefit our customers.

Working Together

Believe it or not, in today’s highly connected world, many companies that serve the public still have a singular focus: software ...

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If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it

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It’s tax season! Are you as excited as I am!? Probably… because I’m not that excited. If you were excited about finances and statistics, you’d likely be an accountant or statistician instead of a backflow tester. However, stats and numbers don’t have to be the enemy. There’s a lot to be gained from understanding your business’s finances.

Knowing is half the battle

I’m a proponent of Peter Drucker’s theory – if you can’t measure it, you ...

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Preventing Frozen Pipes

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Here in western Oregon we’re used to fairly mild winters. Low temperatures dip into the low 30s, but we don’t often experience the bitter cold that’s the norm in the Midwest and Northeast this time of year. After a ½ inch of snow shut down most area schools yesterday, we’re back to normal after what many jokingly called the “snow-pocalypse.”

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