Yardbook

Online software to help landscapers

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#5 Product of the DayFebruary 10, 2016

Reviews

Lvan Rogers
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  • Lvan Rogers
    Lvan RogersDigital Marketing Manager, Onata.com
    Pros: 

    Nice software for lawn care.

    Cons: 

    Some more API integrations required.

    Thanks for sharing such info.

    Lvan Rogers has used this product for one month.

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Ben Halpern
Ben Halpern@bendhalpern · Founder of dev.to
This is interesting. I know a landscaper who could probably make really great use of this
Brian Gamido
Brian GamidoMaker@briangamido · General Management
@bhalp1 Thanks for the note Ben! Feel free to share the product with your landscaper friend. We'd love to serve him and get his feedback.
Ben Tossell@bentossell · Services for startups
I feel like there should be a Yardbook for Farmers too... (if there isn't already!)
Brian Gamido
Brian GamidoMaker@briangamido · General Management
@bentossell thanks for the note Ben! We've actually gotten that request before, haha
Paul Lee
Paul Lee@paul_hq · Tackl.com - Sporting goods junkie, CEO
@bentossell some very good gardening apps out there but haven't seen any for full-fledged farming operations
Robert Solomon
Robert Solomon@rsolo20 · CEO, Wisdom Business Advisors
Feels like a very elegant Quick books for Landscapers, only free. Besides advertising, how will you make money?
Brian Gamido
Brian GamidoMaker@briangamido · General Management
@rsolo20 Thanks for the note Robert! We're exploring some focused monetization approaches including premium features and services among others. Some analysts estimate the lawn and landscape industry to be $76B (and that's just in the US) so we feel we are very well positioned to create and capture a lot of value in the market which is fragmented today.
David Carpe
David Carpe@passingnotes · Thinker & Layabout
@briangamido what about lead gen? I'd love to use a dedicated service like this over Angie's list or thumbtack to field landscapers - and I'm sure they'd gladly pay for leads
Brian Gamido
Brian GamidoMaker@briangamido · General Management
@passingnotes Hi David, thanks for the note! We've heard a lot of demand for this from our users too and we're definitely exploring some approaches.
Paul Lee
Paul Lee@paul_hq · Tackl.com - Sporting goods junkie, CEO
@briangamido @passingnotes this is nitpicking (everything looks really great overall) but the shady, overgrown forest image you chose for the main homepage backdrop doesn't seem to reflect your product or customer base. perhaps one of the images you use further down in the page (photo of someone's yard? nicely manicured grounds?) would be better?
Yahya Mokhtarzada
Yahya MokhtarzadaHiring@yahyamokh · Founder, Truebill
So needed!
Dan Barton
Dan Barton@dan8arton · Entrepreneur
Great work! I work closely with a growing landscaping company and one of the biggest challenges they face is communicating custom tasks and requirements at each job. This along with tracking out of scope requests effectively. Is there a way you can provide custom views, such as a 'work order' type view for the staff and a dashboard view for management?
Brian Gamido
Brian GamidoMaker@briangamido · General Management
@dan8arton Thanks for the note Dan! Absolutely, we have role-based views for the admin managers and crew. The mobile app (in beta) has been a very effective view for the crew members.
James Guerné
James Guerné@jamesguerne
@briangamido My father owns a landscaping company, one of the hardest tasks (I've seen it mentioned above as well) is communication of jobs between the office and the field. I implement all of his web solutions, is there any way for me to get access to the mobile app while its in beta?