Boulder, CO (PRWEB) December 10, 2013
MapCentrix, a fresh new mapping software for those dealing with the care of trees, has been introduced to help them improve the care of the trees they tend.
Learn more about MapCentrix or try a demo at http://www.mapcentrix.com.
MapCentrix was designed by an arborist, for arborists. Drawing on his extensive experience as a certified arborist as well as the founder and president of Taddiken Tree Company in Boulder, Colo., Aaron Taddiken realized that arborists needed a better tool to do their job.
The new software allows arborists to easily map their clients' trees and track individual tree histories and stats. Photos can be attached and annotated with notes and instructions. MapCentrix also simplifies invoicing by providing QuickBooks integration to expedite billing and payment.
In addition, MapCentrix streamlines the proposal process by giving arborists the tools and data to create clean, clear proposals.
“MapCentrix is an essential tool for arborists who want to care for their clients' trees in a better, easier and faster way,” Taddiken said. “It takes no time at all to view maps, attach photos and schedule crews.”
MapCentrix was created not only for professional arborists, but also universities, hospitals, homeowner associations, cemeteries, small cities, park departments and other organizations that maintain large properties with trees. It requires no installation, and users can log in from any device with an Internet connection to access information like proposals, invoices and site maps.
For more information about MapCentrix or for a free trial, visit http://www.mapcentrix.com.
MapCentrix is a software tool that helps arborists and those who manage properties improve the care of their trees. The seeds of MapCentrix were planted when Aaron Taddiken, a professional arborist for more than 20 years and the founder and owner of Taddiken Tree Service in Boulder, Colo., realized he needed better software to map trees, track individual trees, schedule crews, create reports and produce proposals. With programmer Rick Roen, himself the owner of plant-based businesses for more than 40 years, MapCentrix was born. For more about MapCentrix, visit http://www.mapcentrix.com.