This October the GTS team will be in Palm Beach for Auto Glass Week 2017. We'll be down there with a crew of 4 ready to meet with you, chat about GlasPacLX and show you some new products we're working on that we are really excited about.
When you do mobile work, you are likely going to cross into a number of different zips that are in diifferent counties, cities, and possibly even states and each will have various tax codes that need to be applied.
When you run an auto glass shop, staying well connected to your customers is a must. Getting customer communication right, can increase your sales, result in happier customers, and turn that goodwill into great marketing for your business. We've put together this infographic to show you three major ways you can better connect with your customers and how these strategies can help your bottom line.
It's an incredibly common scenario, you have some great people that work for you, they provide the best service, and they have the trust of your business, your employees, and your customers, then all of a sudden they are out the door.
Keeping your margins in check is one the most critical aspects of running any business, you don't turn a profit if your costs outweigh your revenue. With auto glass replacement and the increasing competitiveness when it comes to price, your margins and profit are in constant jeopardy.
If you are unable to charge more for your services to increase your margins, you need to focus on reducing your costs. One of the best ways to do that is to reduce the amount you pay for your glass. We've put together several winning strategies for getting a lower price from your auto glass supplier.
As manufacturers roll out more and more ADAS equipped vehicles; auto glass shops need to start getting better acquainted with ADAS calibration and how it will affect their business.