If you’re ambitious and always looking for an opportunity, you might have thought about building a software product to ‘fill a gap in your business.
You hear this story on podcasts or youtube videos…maybe from a friend. Some contractors out there got frustrated with a lack of software in their business and they decided to do something about it.
They decided to build it themselves. And then became a bazillionaire. But is it really that easy?
To find out, we invited Tanner Mullen of Dripjobs to share the realities of building a software company while still running a painting business.
If you’d like to learn more about the SAS building process, managing multiple companies, and how to sell your software, watch this video.
-How to train your team to manage the client so you free up your time for other things
-How to manage your calendar when you're running 2 businesses and a family
-The process of designing a CRM with programmers when nothing else seems to fit your business model
-Tactics that work to gain the sales advantage when pitching a SAS product from a successful salesman turned contractor
-What a 'Unique Mechanism' is, and why most contractors are not using it to their advantage
-What Tanner wishes he knew when he started both of his businesses