March Rookie of the Month

Lawrence LloydMarch 18th, 2016

Our love for customers just doesn't stop. Fresh on the heels of the first entry in our customer spotlight program, we're excited to expand the program with the launch of Rookie of the Month. Our March 2016 Rookie of the Month is Good's Electric.

The Rookie of the Month highlights a customer who has gone live with ServiceTitan in the past six months and has already shown a remarkable aptitude for using a variety of ServiceTitan integrations and features. Not only has the Rookie of the Month been quick to learn and master these features, but they have utilized these integrations to help them improve and grow their business.

Get to know Good's Electric and how they put ServiceTitan to work for them below:

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