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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 10-22-2013, 07:39 PM Thread Starter
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Recently 'another one bites the dust' in the business after 13 years and hangs up their roll of wint stickers, so we have another mobile processor out of work here in Ohio, who is a friend of ours.

She is very detail oriented and has over five years experience in the industry processing from her own office for most nationals, and can adapt fairly easily to help just about any client who may be looking for a processor. Would hire her ourselves but there isn't a need right now.



Any consideration is appreciated!!

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I sent an email to her. Our biggest weakness as a company is in the office.
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I sent an email to her. Our biggest weakness as a company is in the office.
Mine too, hard as to train and keep a processor, Ive got 4 processors for 12 crews, all on a 500 week salary, gave up hourly. They seem to drag out the days.

Never ending questions. whats this, why that, i don't understand, why do we have to do it that way. This don't make no sense.

My reply's are always the same, don't ask why just do it, or plz for god sakes give them what they want...
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Mine too, hard as to train and keep a processor, Ive got 4 processors for 12 crews, all on a 500 week salary, gave up hourly. They seem to drag out the days.

Never ending questions. whats this, why that, i don't understand, why do we have to do it that way. This don't make no sense.

My reply's are always the same, don't ask why just do it, or plz for god sakes give them what they want...
i just had this conversation with LPS when they called and asked us to expand. Pretty sure my RNM is the same as your in a 2 states?


You and I are mostly dealing with the same client. What I get out of my Processors is a million emails asking me for answers. My thoughts are always if i am going to answer all the questions I don't need you!

They need to call the contractors and eventually the guys will figure out what info they need to communicate clearly.

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I have two full time employees in the office. One has been with me for almost two years and I still get about 5-10 calls from her daily. And it never fails, I get back to the office in the evening and there are several work orders on my desk with sticky notes saying - "I didn't know what you wanted to do about ______" (fill in the blank with roof damage, mold, ect)

Between the two of them they process about 10-20 work orders a day through SG's online system. Which, when it is running well, is not too bad, but we complete 20 grass cuts a day, plus a dozen P&P orders. So, I still have to work most nights until I feel sleepy just to stay caught up.

Be glad when GC season ends next week. I might get some sleep.

I've contemplated off site order processing services, but I guess I'm too much of a control freak. I have too much at stake to let someone I don't know and can't oversee process my orders.

But, good news is - I just purchased a building. (been working out of my old woodworking shop at home). Hopefully we'll be moving in this weekend.
almost 8000 sqft. room to put my trucks and lawn care equipment inside as well as enough warehouse space (about 3400 sqft) I won't be renting any more storage units for personals removed from properties. Just got to build the shelves.

Building used to a automotive repair shop. My office - the old paint booth.
Took quite a bit of remodel. But I left the fluorescent lighting in the walls. looks cool with the new paint and carpet. I'll post some pictures once we get it all set up.
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I have two full time employees in the office. One has been with me for almost two years and I still get about 5-10 calls from her daily. And it never fails, I get back to the office in the evening and there are several work orders on my desk with sticky notes saying - "I didn't know what you wanted to do about ______" (fill in the blank with roof damage, mold, ect)

Between the two of them they process about 10-20 work orders a day through SG's online system. Which, when it is running well, is not too bad, but we complete 20 grass cuts a day, plus a dozen P&P orders. So, I still have to work most nights until I feel sleepy just to stay caught up.

Be glad when GC season ends next week. I might get some sleep.

I've contemplated off site order processing services, but I guess I'm too much of a control freak. I have too much at stake to let someone I don't know and can't oversee process my orders.

But, good news is - I just purchased a building. (been working out of my old woodworking shop at home). Hopefully we'll be moving in this weekend.
almost 8000 sqft. room to put my trucks and lawn care equipment inside as well as enough warehouse space (about 3400 sqft) I won't be renting any more storage units for personals removed from properties. Just got to build the shelves.

Building used to a automotive repair shop. My office - the old paint booth.
Took quite a bit of remodel. But I left the fluorescent lighting in the walls. looks cool with the new paint and carpet. I'll post some pictures once we get it all set up.
Congrats on the building. We are leasing about 6500 sf now plus parking lot. Commercial property can get damn expensive. It's a great feeling when you have room to be organized and move around a bit.
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I have two full time employees in the office. One has been with me for almost two years and I still get about 5-10 calls from her daily. And it never fails, I get back to the office in the evening and there are several work orders on my desk with sticky notes saying - "I didn't know what you wanted to do about ______" (fill in the blank with roof damage, mold, ect)

Between the two of them they process about 10-20 work orders a day through SG's online system. Which, when it is running well, is not too bad, but we complete 20 grass cuts a day, plus a dozen P&P orders. So, I still have to work most nights until I feel sleepy just to stay caught up.

Be glad when GC season ends next week. I might get some sleep.

I've contemplated off site order processing services, but I guess I'm too much of a control freak. I have too much at stake to let someone I don't know and can't oversee process my orders.

But, good news is - I just purchased a building. (been working out of my old woodworking shop at home). Hopefully we'll be moving in this weekend.
almost 8000 sqft. room to put my trucks and lawn care equipment inside as well as enough warehouse space (about 3400 sqft) I won't be renting any more storage units for personals removed from properties. Just got to build the shelves.

Building used to a automotive repair shop. My office - the old paint booth.
Took quite a bit of remodel. But I left the fluorescent lighting in the walls. looks cool with the new paint and carpet. I'll post some pictures once we get it all set up.


Wow thats all they get done. When I first got in the business as an employee for a guy he had five crews with 10 guys plus some others that were for evictions. I quickly turned into the supervisor and started taking more of a role in the company. I worked from 7am to 1am everyday, seven days a week. I worked in the field from 7-5 and then processed orders from 5-1. We cut 125 yards a day with about 3 secures and other odds and ends every day. I processed every bit of plus did all the bids. When I started with him he had 2 crews with no one bidding anything, in 3 months I helped him go to 5 crews and I bid everything.

I didnt have anyone teaching me to do the work. I learned on my own. These were all BAC orders and the call center wasnt that bad then, you didnt have to submit a picture and wait. He paid me $125 a day plus I took a GMC 2500 truck home everyday. He was hardly ever there and was some what good to me when I needed it. The pay was low for what I did but I felt like the owner and had some leeway to do certain things.

I worked for hime for 12 months and then went out on my own. I started in another state and had 150 houses every two weeks doing convey work. Then I got another contract and hired 2 more guys and another truck and equipment. I stayed in it for two years and got out. I still do some on the side but I have a full time job.

My wife of 5 years told me it was the business or her. I chose her. Plus she got pregnant and we have a 5 month old now.
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I am currently processing for EPS who is closing that side of their business this week. I have handled a high volume of orders since starting, Minimum 10 per day. Have learned multiple accounts with the willingness to learn the ones I haven't. Independent worker, able to figure it out myself without to many questions, and never repeat questions. I have received a letter of recommendation from General Manager at EPS that I can forward upon request. My main accounts handled daily are LPS, MCS, M&M, MSI, SANCASTLE, NFN AND NFR.
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I am currently processing for EPS who is closing that side of their business this week. I have handled a high volume of orders since starting, Minimum 10 per day. Have learned multiple accounts with the willingness to learn the ones I haven't. Independent worker, able to figure it out myself without to many questions, and never repeat questions. I have received a letter of recommendation from General Manager at EPS that I can forward upon request. My main accounts handled daily are LPS, MCS, M&M, MSI, SANCASTLE, NFN AND NFR.

I don't mean to insult you, but in what world is 10/day high volume. I personally go on the road and complete more work orders than that to come back to my office and submit every night. Still have all weekends off and plenty of time with the family.
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Recently 'another one bites the dust' in the business after 13 years and hangs up their roll of wint stickers, so we have another mobile processor out of work here in Ohio, who is a friend of ours.

She is very detail oriented and has over five years experience in the industry processing from her own office for most nationals, and can adapt fairly easily to help just about any client who may be looking for a processor. Would hire her ourselves but there isn't a need right now.

Rates/Pay are fairly reasonable for the industry. If anyone is looking for an at home processor email her at [email protected].

Any consideration is appreciated!!

Thanks!

I am looking for someone to run my daily operations in an office setting that will submit the orders from my crews, dispatch new work, deal with all of the client phone calls and contractor calls. Basically an office manager that can do it all. I am trying to expand statewide and it is very difficult to do without an office staff. Hiring someone out of state will allow me to avoid workers compensation insurance, as well as making the person an employee.
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