May 19th Luncheon
Save Money. Create Time.
Scheduling and Timekeeping methods proven to succeed.
Tuesday, May 19th, 2015
12:00 p.m. – 1:15 p.m. EST
Catered Lunch will be provided for all confirmed attendees.
Please RSVP at http://SaveMoneyCreateTime.rsvpify.com, or by calling our office
4050 Ulmerton Rd. Clearwater, FL 33762
Do you often under-schedule projects or double-book technicians? Are you weary that employees are “on the clock” although they are far from the job-site? Whether you’re an established local firm within your industry, or an up-and-coming company pushing for growth, everyone can improve their business to increase margins, reduce overhead, and make more revenue by getting organized.
We would like to show you some of our proven methods that will leave you scheduling smarter and having more peace of mind when you are not able to be on-site yourself. You can expect to walk away from this luncheon with a greater perspective on how to improve your organization’s workflow, keep your employees honest, and know which innovative tools are available to do so.
The presenter for this luncheon is Eric Miller, former General Manager of Tab Glass and Window Corp. and one of the architects of the Kosmas Construction Management Suite. Eric is a Certified FileMaker 13 Software Developer, US Army Combat Veteran, NGA Glass Management Institute graduate and experienced business consultant.
Who should attend? Owners, Project Managers, Schedulers, Dispatchers, Office Administrators and Operations Managers in the Tampa Bay area who seek to improve efficiency, save money, and stay on top of everything that happens day-to-day. Feel free to bring a guest, or contact us if you desire to attend with a team.
We hope that you can find the time in your schedule to RSVP, enjoy a complimentary lunch, discuss action plans for improving your business, and ultimately walk away with tools and knowledge that can provide immediate value to your operation.
You’ll be able to view the presentation on any device, listen to the speaker and even ask questions.