|By Marketwired .||
|August 14, 2014 11:10 PM EDT||
ANN ARBOR, MI -- (Marketwired) -- 08/14/14 -- Don DeSmith, president of Servant Systems, Inc. (www.servantsystems.com) and Amy Mosley, vice president of DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen by Worldwide® (www.dreammakerfranchise.com) jointly announced the software firm is developing a franchise management system for DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen franchisees.
The cloud-based software application will help existing and new franchisees provide their distinctive, full-service remodeling approach that focuses on serving clients from design through installation. The application organizes and optimizes daily operations including tracking prospective clients, developing detailed remodeling proposals for each client and tracking all materials and labor during installation.
Servant Systems, a member of the Microsoft Partner Network since 1992, is a software solutions provider to domestic and international franchise systems and other multi-unit organizations. Servant Systems develops custom applications for daily operations and sales reporting, and other information technology tools that help franchises and other multi-unit organizations improve operational efficiency, marketing performance, and profitability. Servant Systems is a member of the International Franchise Association (IFA).
DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen, headquartered in Waco, Texas, is a national company of independently owned and operated residential and commercial kitchen and bath remodeling franchises. It was founded in 1975.
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