Titan of the Season: Winter feat. McQuillan Bros.

Jackie AubelMarch 23rd, 2018

For this month's very special feature, ServiceTitan is showcasing McQuillan Bros.—a Minnesota plumbing company whose work around the Twin Cities stretches back generations!

"McQuillan Bros. started in 1883 by my great-great grandfather," says owner John McQuillan Jr. "I've got a picture of him on our first truck. It's a horse-drawn carriage."

The story of McQuillan Bros. is a long and winding one, but in 2014 they entered a new chapter by adopting ServiceTitan's comprehensive business software solution. Since then, they've increased their revenue by 182 percent—and are looking to reach even greater heights in 2018!

For more on the McQuillan Bros. sensational origin story—and the birth of their ServiceTitan superpowers—check out the Titan of the Season feature below!

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