March Titan of the Month

Lawrence LloydMarch 4th, 2016

It's great when we're able to talk about our customers not just in abstract terms, but specifically who they are and how they are using the ServiceTitan platform to improve their business. Ready for a little name-dropping? Good, then read on.

We're excited to announce the launch of our new spotlight program, Titan of the Month. The Titan of the Month highlights a ServiceTitan customer that has shown remarkable aptitude for using the assortment of ServiceTitan integrations and features and has utilized these elements to help them improve and grow their business. Even more, through their experience and feedback, these customers have helped ServiceTitan enhance and expand our product.

So, let's kick things off with the March 2016 Titan of the Month: Wyattworks Plumbing. Get to know Wyattworks Plumbing and how the company put ServiceTitan to work for them below:

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