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New Features & Processes for Commercial and Project Management

Chad Ogden

By Chad Ogden, CEO/President

August 2023

We've recently updated some of our commercial and project management processes and features in QFloors, in order to better serve that sector of the flooring industry. This is due to the fact that we've been acquiring more commercial customers lately. While we already have a good number of commercial-only dealers, we also have an even larger number of customers who choose to use the project management side of things, as needed.

Many more customers could be using and benefitting from some of these time-saving features, and are not. There are commercial features that can complement, to various degrees, what you are already doing. You may not all be aware of our recent additions. So I wanted to call attention to some of them in this article.

One thing that has become clear is that our QFloors customers handle their commercial work in a variety of ways. Luckily, there are many possibilities on how people can use QFloors for commercial projects. These features seem to be pretty flexible in how they match up to the range of different applications.

For people who are doing commercial estimating and bidding, we have a new process, where people can use Measure Square to estimate, then export to the Measure Square bid template spreadsheet, and then import into QFloors once a bid has been accepted. This has streamlined the bidding process and importing process into QFloors. Most of our customers are not aware of this feature.

We've also added quite a few new videos on our training website support site that address using QFloors for commercial flooring. So if you haven't looked at the commercial features on QFloors for a while, this is a great way to get a glimpse of what is possible. It's under our training videos menu on our support site under “Commercial”.

We're excited about these new refinements and additions, and plan to market more heavily to the commercial sector of the market. QFloors can be a great tool, whether you are residential, commercial, multi-family, or a combination of them all.

Chad Ogden

About the Author

Chad Ogden - CEO/President

Chad graduated from The University of Utah with a BS in Computer Engineering. After rising to Director of Engineering/Software Development & nearly a decade of work experience including time with 3M and Novell, Chad took on the role of entrepreneur when he saw the need for business management software in the floor covering industry.