June 2017 Rookie of the Month

Reggie PaquetteJune 30th, 2017

Our June Rookie of the Month, Shanklin Heating and Air Conditioning, may be new to ServiceTitan, but they're far from rookies in the HVAC industries. Founded by owners Derek and Kip's grandfather in 1960, they have been serving the Canton, OH area for three generations.

Derek and Kip, along with the help of their Operations Coordinator, Tiffany, dove head first into adopting the many features of ServiceTitan, and in just four months, they are already seeing a return on their efforts. See where ServiceTitan is making a difference for them below.

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