Business Pilot, a comprehensive cloud-based CRM tool designed by installers for installers, will be exhibiting at the FIT Show this week (May 10-12) at Birmingham’s NEC on Stand M10.
Managing Director Elton Boocock – along with partners Ryan Breslin and Ryan Schofield – will be discussing recent developments, including the integration with the remote selling tool Tommy Trinder.
“We want to sit down with our customers to discuss some of these new features,” Elton says, “and we’ve actually got Chris Brunsden from Tommy Trinder on our stand to show installers how their favourite CRM tool can be seamlessly integrated with their favourite selling tool.”
Another key integration that Business Pilot will be demonstrating is the partnership with Fensa.
“Business Pilot is all about professionalism, about driving up standards and profitability within your company, so it is a natural development for us to work with professional bodies to easily and efficiently record all relevant certificates as part of the platform,” Elton says.
“Collaborations such as these – and there are many more in the pipeline – are what we want to discuss most with our customers and with prospects. Importantly, we want to discuss how these developments can improve the way they work.”
While Business Pilot is an off-the-shelf solution, it is designed to fit with installers’ needs, not the other way round.
For example, new landing pages deliver dedicated, role-specific dashboards: users can select the dashboard/s most relevant to them, for example sales, surveys, service or operations. Each is designed to deliver the most relevant tools to users’ fingertips and allow those who perform multiple roles within a business to switch easily between them.
“Business Pilot is tailored to the needs of businesses,” Elton says. “FIT Show is a great opportunity for us to talk to business owners about how their companies are run, and how we can develop the software so that they work smarter.”
Visit Business Pilot on Stand M10 at the FIT Show on May 10-12 at Birmingham’s NEC.