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Service Tech

Service Techs perform routine maintenance on electrical systems, and they often take more photos than anyone else. These photos can be shared with customers to show completed work, and with Sales and Install Techs when systems need to be replaced.

Sales Tech

Sales Techs use job photos from the electrical Service Tech to prepare to make a sale, and then they take annotated photos of entry points, specs of the current systems, and photos of the area to prepare the Install Techs.

Install Tech

Install Techs prepare for electrical installation using the photos from the Service and Sales Techs. They take photos to document the arrival of all systems for warranty purposes, and before and after photos of the installation.

Repair Tech

Repair Techs inspect broken electrical systems, and document their recommendations to the customer. This ensures that if a customer declines to repair a worn-down part, and it breaks down a week later, the Repair Tech will have proof that the failure wasn’t due to their negligence.

Service Tech

Service Techs perform routine maintenance on electrical systems, and they often take more photos than anyone else. These photos can be shared with customers to show completed work, and with Sales and Install Techs when systems need to be replaced.

Sales Tech

Sales Techs use job photos from the electrical Service Tech to prepare to make a sale, and then they take annotated photos of entry points, specs of the current systems, and photos of the area to prepare the Install Techs.

Install Tech

Install Techs prepare for electrical installation using the photos from the Service and Sales Techs. They take photos to document the arrival of all systems for warranty purposes, and before and after photos of the installation.

Repair Tech

Repair Techs inspect broken electrical systems, and document their recommendations to the customer. This ensures that if a customer declines to repair a worn-down part, and it breaks down a week later, the Repair Tech will have proof that the failure wasn’t due to their negligence.

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