Valentines Day is here. Do you treat your customer relationships well?

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Maintaining a customer relationships isn’t all that different than maintaining a relationship with a significant other.

While your irrigation and plumbing customers aren’t likely expecting a dozen roses on Valentines day, let’s check out some similarities between the two.

Open Communication

Couples succeed when they talk openly and are on the same page with communication.

Allow for open communication for your customers as well! Being easily reached is the first step. If your customer is calling you at two different ...

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Happy Holidays – New Feature Updates

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All of us at Syncta wish you and your families a safe and happy holiday season!

2016 has been an eventful year, full of change. Over the past few weeks there has been a lot of changes and we are overdue for a new feature update. Below is a list of recent updates you will find useful for managing your backflow testing business.

Upcoming Tests Page

  • This new section contains the same information that you would find in the Upcoming Tests report ...
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Create a valuable BFT company before you burn out

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Throughout all of school I was a pretty good student–I got A’s and B’s, and put effort into studying and completing my homework on time. That is, until about March of my Senior year in High school–after I had sent away all my college applications and was beginning to hear back from them. I had chosen the college I’d be attending, rooming with my current best friend, and that’s when I got “Senioritis.” I wanted to move away and start ...

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Prepare your business for growth in 2016

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The new year is almost here–What are your goals for your business in 2016? Rather than wait until 2016, consider your goals now so you can step into the new year with a clear head.

Moving Forward in 2016

A business should always be moving forward; staying in one place might be “fine” but it’s not great. When you first established your business, I’d bet that your ideal was not to have a fine business. You wanted to do things differently or ...

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