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Buildertrend Has a New Logo!

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This is an exciting time at Buildertrend. We’ve experienced record growth over the past several years, and we’re not slowing down. In this period of growth, we sought to develop a brand strategy to match this incredible momentum. One that aligns with our mission, vision and values. One that is also reflective of our human experience at Buildertrend, […]

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Invoicing Made Easy with Buildertrend

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Whether you have a large project or quick job, invoicing your customer can be a challenge. You’re already tasked with keeping the project on schedule, communicating with your trade partners, and keeping your own costs under budget. But, above all, you need to find a seamless way to invoice your customer that makes it easy […]

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Introducing … BT Cares!

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Simply put, “BT Cares” is our company initiative for community involvement and philanthropy. From sponsorships to volunteering to hosting events at our headquarters, we get involved with various organizations in the Omaha community throughout the year. We’ve had a busy 2018 with our BT Cares events. As we approach this holiday season, and in the […]

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What Everyone is Saying About Buildertrend University

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This year, we started Buildertrend University. What is that, you ask? Buildertrend University, or “BTU” for short, is a two-day conference where our customers spend time at our headquarters in Omaha, NE, and learn how to maximize their usage of our software, as well as engage with and be part of the Buildertrend culture. Through this […]

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Top 5 Tips for a New Buildertrend User

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1. Utilize your Buildertrend Coach. We pride ourselves in offering the best support staff in the industry, and our Buildertrend Coaches have onboarded hundreds of contractors into our program. If you neglect to utilize your coach, you are doing yourself and your company a huge disservice. Setting up a short training session or two with […]

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Training and Managing Your Support Department

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So, we’ve told you how to build your support department from the ground up, but what happens after you’ve hired your team? To train, manage, and set your support department up for success, try following these practices that have really worked for us: Set the proper expectations, and train your support team properly from day […]

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Building Your Support Department

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Building a quality support team from the ground up isn’t always easy, but it’s definitely necessary. What makes it so difficult? There are no shortcuts (or at least there shouldn’t be) to finding and training the right people for the job. That means hours of searching and interviewing candidates and spending more hours training them. […]

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New Takeoff Integration Partners

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Recently, we’ve added three new takeoff integrations to our ever-growing list: eTakeoff, Clear Estimates, and Square Takeoff. Clear Estimates is software for remodelers, built by remodelers. With accurate cost data, templates for common jobs, and professional proposals all pre-loaded, this software is there to help contractors simplify their estimating process. eTakeoff is software that helps […]

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Customer Spotlight: Morse Custom Homes and Remodeling

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Real users. Real stories. Real results. That’s what we want to share with you, so we reached out to Morse Custom Homes and Remodeling, a design-build firm in Davis, California for our most recent customer spotlight video! Before implementing Buildertrend over 3 years ago, Morse Custom Homes and Remodeling was in need of technology that […]

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A Match Made in the Cloud

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John Struckmann was just a college student painting houses in the summer when he fell in love with the craft and decided he wanted to start his own construction company. John wanted to simplify the home improvement process as he saw that the average homeowner was unable to obtain quality service when in need of […]

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