Goodman Names FieldLocate a Loyalty Vendor

FieldLocate will be a participating member of Goodman’s A Plus Dealer Loyalty program, which focuses on equipping independent dealers with product, sales and marketing tools and solutions in order to gain a competitive edge.  

FieldLocate, a leader in field service automation, today announced it was selected as the 2014 official loyalty vendor for Goodman Manufacturing, L.P., a leading manufacturer of residential and light commercial heating and cooling products and systems. With the partnership, FieldLocate will be a participating member of Goodman’s A Plus Dealer Loyalty program, which focuses on equipping Goodman independent dealers with product, sales and marketing tools and solutions in order to gain a competitive edge.
 
Goodman dealers will now be able to use the company’s A Plus Loyalty program accruals, earned by purchasing Goodman brand products, toward the purchase of FieldLocate’s field service automation software. FieldLocate is specifically designed to improve the efficiency of heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) businesses with features that include appointment scheduling, automated timesheets, job location mapping, robust reporting and price book functionality.
 
“By redeeming loyalty program funds towards purchasing FieldLocate, our customers are reinvesting in their businesses by improving their field service operations,” says Goodman Director of Dealer Marketing David Mastrangelo.
 
“We are pleased to partner with one of the leading manufacturers in heating, cooling and ventilation,” adds Wade Hinkle, Alliance Director for FieldLocate. “Goodman focuses on ensuring that its dealers are among the most competitive in the market, and it’s A Plus Loyalty program helps to ensure that these distributors maintain a competitive edge.”
 
Houston-based Goodman Manufacturing, L.P., is a leading manufacturer of heating, ventilation and air conditioning products for residential and light-commercial use.

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