Plumbing Association Partners with Leading Field Service Management Software Provider

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Master Plumbers’ Association of Queensland (MPAQ) are incredibly excited to be working with simPRO, a leading Australian provider of field service management software following the renewal of a partnership that commenced in 2008.

MPAQ is the leading professional body for the plumbing and gas industry in Queensland. MPAQ represents over 1,000 businesses ranging from sole operators through to medium sized businesses and large contracting firms, which equates to around 4,000 plumbing and gasfitting professionals.

MPAQ’s aim is to promote the vital work that plumbers and gasfitters play in protecting the health and safety of our community and the importance of always using a licensed plumber or gasfitter.

Peter Darley, General Manager of simPRO Australia, said he’s delighted with the renewed partnership with MPAQ.

"MPAQ is a real asset to Queensland's plumbing industry and we're so pleased to be working with them," he said.

"This partnership is bound to produce some powerful commentary on the trends and pain points that affect those in this sector, and how our solutions can resolve them."

simPRO streamlines field service and job management by reducing paperwork and refining office to field processes, increases profit and maximises workforce productivity. With simPRO by their side, trade and specialty contracting businesses across Australia are offered the opportunity to not only grow, but also meet and exceed their goals.

Penny Cornah, Executive Director of MPAQ, said “as one of our Major Corporate Supporters, simPRO help MPAQ to provide value to our members through support of our industry events and communications.”

“Helping members simplify and digitise their business processes is imperative to the advancement of our industry and we would like to thank simPRO for their ongoing support.”

MPAQ Corporate Supporter membership is open to organisations supplying, manufacturing or servicing the plumbing and gas industry in Queensland.

 
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