In our inaugural Spotlight on MeasureSquare series, we spoke to Robert Tipping, veteran MeasureSquare user and founder of Checkmeasures. As our series continues, we're pleased to welcome Cody Ripley of Performance Surfaces. Cody's a relatively new user of MeasureSquare, but has already distinguished himself through the caliber of his work and his thoughtful and educational engagement on our community forum.
MeasureSquare wouldn't be what it
is without our users. All the little enhancements we
make and all the ways we push ourselves to stay ahead of
the industry curve would be moot if we were directing it
at a vacuum. From a family business passed down through
the generations to a new venture started by a flooring
newcomer, our user community is so varied and we want to
showcase some of their stories with our
Spotlight on MeasureSquare series.
This month we're thrilled to introduce Robert Tipping, founder of Checkmeasures. We speak to him about how the software fits into his day-to-day business operations and he offers advice on anyone who might be getting cold feet about committing their resources and traditional approaches to flooring takeoff programs.
Stop, collaborate, and listen. Out of context, it's an excellent mantra for the latest addition to our community-building efforts.
For most of our company history we've dedicated our time to honing the technology behind the software you know today. Our focus moving forward is to bolster something we have plenty of, but haven't tapped into in a big way: our user community!