Arborjet launched the ARBOR-mobile™ application at the ISA show in Milwaukee earlier this month. ARBOR-mobile™ is an instant access problem solver that features a variety of tools and information to support your tree care needs.
Eric Bristol, Director of Marketing at Arborjet reported an excellent response to the application’s unveiling. “Everyone that came by the booth was excited to check out the Solutions Finder, which is one of the coolest features on ARBOR-mobile.” This tool allows you to diagnose tree issues by searching on trees or pests and provides information about each. You will also find the recommended Arborjet treatment for each pest.
“We were excited to take the Arborjet Pocket Guide, which is already a great resource, and put it in your hands in the field as a mobile app.”
Focused on Customer Service
Bristol continued, “The other feature that I really think is valuable is the Contact Us page. Simply enter your location and you will quickly find product distributors and the closest regional technical manager. We were really focused on customer service when we developed these apps. So if you have a quick question about a tree problem, pest or disease in your region, you can open the app to find out who your local or regional manager is. From there you can shoot them an email, call them at the office or directly on their cell phone.”
Some other features of interest include the Emerald Ash Borer Project Calculator which assists in determining treatment costs for EAB projects large and small. You can easily find all Arborjet product info, labels, MSDS, and state registration listings on Labels & Registrations. The Help Menu answers frequently asked questions about Equipment, Formulations, Arborplugs, and General Injections. Got a free minute? Browse through the Marketing Materials Arborjet created to help you grow your business.
Even more to come!
“We are looking forward to continually adding new features.” One exciting feature coming soon is Tree Tag. You will be able to use this tool to tag trees using GPS, add notes, keep a history, and even export them to calculate project costs,” Bristol concluded.