Podcast guests: Jack Nelson, CEO & Ryan Hash, Director of Customer Support
Founded in 2017, Skimmer is the leading pool service software in the market - and it's the most intuitive and easiest to use pool service app available!
We have known many pool guys (and gals) over the years, and all of them loved providing pool services for their customers, but they were tired of trying to run their businesses with stacks of paper or hard to use software. All of them tried finding a better solution and were frustrated with their options as nothing was built for the modern pool professional.
So we decided to build the pool service app our pool guys wished existed, for pool guys & gals everywhere - Skimmer! We now have a lot of happy customers with over 6,000 users servicing over 150,000 pools per month - and we are growing quickly!
Skimmer is an online-based app built for both back office professionals and pool techs and is available on the desktop (web app admin), iPad and iPhone & Android devices (for pool techs).
Skimmer makes running a pool service company completely paperless by managing contact and service information for all of your customers, mapping & optimizing daily service routes for all technicians and listing items required for the day's routes.
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