ServiceRoute lets residential contractors acquire, trade and manage properties for maximum route density.
Think of us as the back-end of home services, organizing the physical world like Amazon warehouses.
Route density (or clusters) is what drives profits in the residential segments. We band neighbors so one unit of labor can achieve route utopia. This has 2x the business of some of our snow contractors in Boston.
Additionally, consumer on-boarding pages (PlowMe and MowMe are the first) act as pipelines to fatten contractors' routes, which they manage online with all the admin built-in (CRM, scheduling, payments, etc.)
When you signup for seasonal snow plowing from plowme.com, you'll be routed to the contractor servicing the nearest property. Your home will add to the network to help make a subsequent match, and so on. This creates massive value for both sides.
Yeh met Brandon by referral through the Cambridge Innovation Center ecosystem.
Yeh needed a little work on PlowMe.com so it could function for the winter of 2012/2013.
Roles are split between business development and product development. Yeh on the business execution side, Brandon on the product execution side with frequent discussion.
Working together came naturally. Both Yeh and Brandon have entrepreneurial experience and know it takes a diverse skill-set, delegation and co-operation.
John Allin currently leads a consulting team that caters to the snow and ice management industry. John Allin founded the Snow & Ice Management Association (SIMA) in 1996 and is a past member of the Associated Landscape Contractors Association (ALCA) Board