Aspire has acquired Crew Control, a scheduling software application built for the needs of smaller lawncare and landscaping companies. Crew Control is an application that simplifies the scheduling process for these contractors.
Crew Control was founded in 2018. Its founders, David Vroblesky and Daniel Higgins, are respectively joining Aspire as product manager and senior developer and will focus exclusively on the future growth of the Crew Control solution.
Aspire posted the information below concerning the acquisition on their website:
Why did Aspire acquire Crew Control? Helping green industry operators transform their businesses through technology aligns directly with our company mission. While Aspire is an ideal solution for larger landscaping companies with more complex requirements, it’s not a good fit for smaller organizations with simpler needs. That’s where Crew Control comes in: It’s a separate scheduling solution, built specifically for owner/operator companies running a smaller number of crews. It does not overlap with the Aspire platform in any way.
If you’re a current Aspire customer, rest assured that acquiring Crew Control will not deter us from our objective of continually adding new features and innovations to the Aspire application. If anything, it’ll be just the opposite. Where applicable, and if they add value, we’ll incorporate learnings from the Crew Control application into new features in the Aspire platform.
If you’re a current Crew Control customer, you will continue to have access to the Crew Control application that you know and love. In fact, with the Aspire acquisition, you’ll see an acceleration in the future development and roll-out of new features that you’ve come to expect.
“We’re thrilled to have David and Daniel join the Aspire family,” said Mark Tipton, CEO of Aspire Software. “They’ve built an incredibly loyal customer base with their Crew Control application, and we believe this acquisition will extend Aspire’s reputation for quality and innovation to smaller operators who are typically not a good match for the Aspire business management system. Unlike other competitor solutions built for this market, new Crew Control customers can be up and running within a matter of hours—not weeks or months.”
“Daniel and I are proud to be joining Aspire,” added Vroblesky. “The company is the known technology leader in the green industry and is committed to helping us further develop the Crew Control solution for our target market—smaller lawncare and landscaping contractors who are frustrated with using spreadsheets, manila folders, and index cards to schedule their crews and jobs.”