Blog: Stone Fabrication Software and Business Articles

New Feature: Unscheduled & 30+ Days

We’re excited to announce a new feature in Systemize – Unscheduled & 30+ Days Old!

By now, you know how important it is to make the right job views. Views help your business run more smoothly (and reduce your stress level)

But how do you deal with all those jobs that you’ve scheduled in the past that have activities you never marked complete? You might have hundreds or even thousands of jobs that are complete in real life but that still show in your job views because they weren’t marked complete in Systemize.

Well, good news! There is now a simple solution for this common scenario: we’ve added two new Job Statuses that make it easier to see only the jobs you really want to see. In addition to Complete and Active, now a job can be Unscheduled or 30+ Days Old.

Not a Systemize user yet?

Learn more about getting your countertop jobs more organized by scheduling a demo with our sales team!

16 Reasons You Need Software in Your Countertop Shop Yesterday

Running a countertop shop on paper might make sense when you first open up shop. However, it’s an outdated way of doing business, and as you grow, you’ll quickly run into a ton of problems that could cost you!

Here at Moraware, we’ve spent years developing essential software solutions for countertop shops of all shapes and sizes. Our quoting software, CounterGo, and our scheduling software, Systemize, are designed to make your life easier as a fabrication professional.

Don’t take our word for it, though! We recently conducted a survey of over 200 current Moraware customers. We asked them a simple question: “Why do you need Moraware software for your countertop shop?”

We’ve sorted through those responses to bring you 16 surefire reasons you need software solutions in your countertop shop.

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9 Unique Selling Proposition Examples From Countertop Shops

Figuring out what makes your granite business or countertop shop unique can be tricky. You constantly have to be asking yourself: “Why should your customers buy countertops from you rather than another company?”

If you missed our mega-article on how to come up with a Unique Selling Proposition, or USP, check it out here: How to Create a Unique Selling Proposition for Your Countertop Shop

As a quick refresher, your fabrication shop needs to be known for something. And don’t try to say that you’re great at everything, because being known for everything is just as good as being known for nothing.

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How to Create a Unique Selling Proposition for Your Countertop Shop

When you’re thinking about marketing your countertop business, the most important question you can ask is this: “Why should your customers buy countertops from you rather than another company?”

This line of thinking will help you create what’s called a Unique Selling Proposition, or USP. This is a marketing term that sounds complicated, but the concept behind it is really very simple: what does your countertop shop offer that no one else does?

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