Return to Previous Page

Using Cloud-Based Technologies to Rapidly Scale Your Growing Business

Date: Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Watch Now
Time: 2:00 p.m. (ET) / 1:00 p.m. (CT) / 12:00 p.m. (MT) / 11:00 a.m. (PT)
Length: 60 minutes
Fee: Free
Speaker: Gabe Cooley, CEO, Rayco Painting and Rayco Energy
  Mary West, CloudBase Services (an Intuit QuickBase SI)
Category: Business Development  
Webinar Sponsored by Intuit

The construction industry is experiencing a major shift; new technologies are being introduced every day to help minimize the time, resources and dollars spent. Many construction companies are turning to cloud-based platforms to help maximize productivity including optimizing workflows, minimizing time spent waiting around for the right people, tasks and/or materials, and ensuring a safe worksite each and every day.

Join us to learn more about how Rayco Painting and Energy uses Intuit QuickBase, a collaborative cloud based platform to quickly scale the business while continuing to deliver the best customer experience and project ROI possible. We’ll demo how project managers with multiple subcontractors and stakeholders collaborate in the cloud with sales, marketing and cost engineers.

  • Map out and organize projects and all their elements in a smooth and continuous workflow in one central location
  • Create, customize and scale apps that work within your unique business processes
  • Leverage customizable reports to view daily logs, punch lists and safety reports, costings and more instantly

PowerPoint Presentation(PDF)

Mary West solves complex organizational challenges by working with clients to assess and streamline their workflows. Designing apps and coaching clients to manage those systems internally are her favorite parts of the job. Prior to joining CloudBase Services, Mary managed financial operations using a variety of software for companies varying from law offices to general contractors to nonprofit conservation organizations. She earned her BA in Art from the University of California at Berkeley and her MBA from Presidio Graduate School. In her spare time, Mary tries to keep the right side of her brain well exercised by painting and sculpting using a variety of media.

Comments are closed for this post, but if you have spotted an error or have additional info that you think should be in this post, feel free to contact us.