(Video) From Good to Great: Using Moraware for Every Part of Your Process

by | Feb 6, 2020 | Business, CounterGo, Customer Profile, Systemize

Wayne signed up for Moraware in 2005. Since then, he’s utilized Moraware products to organize his whole process at California Countertop from quoting to scheduling to purchasing. Speaking with Wayne, anyone would understand that he is a fabricator who understands the business and the importance of always making it better. Thanks for spending some time with us and thanks for being such a great user, Wayne!

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Not in a place where you can listen to the audio? No problem! We’ve got the transcript for you below:

Hello, I’m Wayne from California Countertop. I’ve been using Moraware since 2004; very happy with the product. It’s helped my business in many ways from the quoting process to the scheduling process to the purchasing process to the overall making sure the job’s going smoothly. It’s been a Godsend for me and I can recommend it to anybody who can use it.

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