Monday, April 29, 2013

Home configuration is getting retooled

Offline traditional sectors such as the renovation of the house may not seem the most likely candidate for the generation of improved technology, but Brian Javeline will beg to differ: MyOnlineToolbox He promised to reinvent how to do the business of the contractor.

MyOnlineToolbox gives builders a web-based platform to manage customers, vendors and subcontractors, to schedule work orders, create and track invoices and order materials from wherever they work may lead them.

"Contractors are rising - many people stereotyped them as careless and criticized them for not answering their phone, said Javeline, President and CEO of Pompano Beach, Florida-based ServusXchange, virtual solutions provider MyOnlineToolbox back. "Business - they move their entire area, and always in the car. They are forced to reach their business at night and on weekends.

Nationwide Investment in home improvement fell just shy of $ 153 billion in the first quarter of 2010, according to the Bureau of Economic Analysis.

Javeline says it's almost impossible to draw an accurate bead on the number of contractors in the U.S. because so many in the industry who never expressed themselves in the form of their government, rather than addressing the configuration work during the off- time from other professions, and paid cash or check.

This off-the-radar contractors are the perfect candidate for MyOnlineToolbox, Javeline said. Elements of viruses collaboration platform creates a network of skilled, reliable colleagues in different specialties such as plumbing, electrical and carpentry repairs. Members can advertise for bids and refer others to work.

Contractors can register for free MyOnlineToolbox. Premium subscription offer additional features and resources was $ 89 per month. In June, more than 1,100 contractors have signed up.

The challenge is recruiting contractors Javeline old, some slow moving their business processes online.

"Youth accepted technology in their lives, he said." They get it.

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