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HindSite Software releases Go iLawn integration

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Integration helps contractors build revenue opportunities by measuring properties within HindSite.

| October 9, 2012

HindSite Software announced the release of a new integration with Go iLawn to their field service industry customers. The integration enables HindSite Software customers to leverage the capabilities of Go iLawn to measure properties from within the HindSite field service management software solution.

The new integration helps field service businesses like lawn care maintenance businesses, snow plowing businesses and irrigation businesses grow thanks to access to property measurement tools they can use without ever having to step foot on the property, the companies said in a statement. The square footage and perimeter of a yard, flower bed, parking lots, mulch beds (and much more) can be measured, saved and accessed from within the HindSite field service software solution.

“We’ve seen the power of Go iLawn,” says David Crary, HindSite’s president and founder. “Our goal at HindSite is to eliminate inefficiencies and deliver software for field service businesses that helps them focus on activities that grow their business. We’ve jointly developed a solution with Go iLawn that eliminates inefficiencies and truly helps small service businesses focus on growth.”

HindSite and Go iLawn announced a strategic partnership in July. The recent release of the integrated HindSite solution is the culmination of development and beta testing that occurred over the past two months.
 

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