New Year, New Features

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2018 was a busy year for us. We moved into a new office, tripled the size of our team, and we added a bunch of new product features. Many of these features, described in previous blogs, were implemented in the second half of last year. But two of our biggest, most-requested features have been added just in time to celebrate the new year.

Quotes and Work Orders

Quotes and work orders give customers more information up front, allowing them to make informed ...

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Happy Holidays from Syncta!

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As we close out 2018, we’d like to wish all of our fantastic customers a happy holiday season. We’ve had an exciting year full of big changes. You are the reason for our success, and we’re grateful for your continued partnership.

As a special thank you, we present to you the pets of Syncta in all of their holiday glory. We hope you enjoy your holiday festivities as much as our pets did. And we look forward to working with you ...

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Say Hello to Cory, Our New Marketing Intern!

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Hello, my name is Cory and I’m the newest member of the Syncta squad. I just graduated last June from the University of Oregon with a degree in advertising and am excited to join the team.

Marketing and advertising are a passion of mine because of the stories we in the industry get to tell. It’s not just about selling someone a product anymore ...

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New Features Blog

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It’s time for another new feature blog! I know you all have been on pins and needles waiting for this blog, so I thought I’d give you a special treat just in time for Halloween 🙂 Read below to see if there are any recent additions that you haven’t already discovered.

Review Tests on Customer Page

On the Customer page you can now take action on the Pending Review tests within the Tests section. This makes it easy to approve all the ...

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Winterizing Your Irrigation System

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If you’re a homeowner like me, you’ve probably heard that it’s a good idea to winterize your irrigation system, which includes your backflow device. But what exactly does this mean? And how necessary is it?

As a DIYer on a tight budget, I always weigh the “necessary” part. Is this something I NEED to do now, or can it wait? Of course, the answer depends on who you ask, and more importantly, where you live.

If you live in a ...

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