LMN Acquires SLICE Technologies, Expands Reach Into Landscape Businesses Across America
Landscape Management Network's growth mode continues in 2021, bringing efficiency, productivity, and profitability to lawn and landscape, snow, design-build, up-and-coming landscape entrepreneurs, and college students across North America.
MARKHAM, ON, March 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- LMN (https://golmn.com/), North America's leading B2B landscape business management software company, is expanding its base with the acquisition of SLICE Technologies, a company known for improving efficiencies in the green industry. The official announcement came in late Feb. 2021, with LMN acquiring SLICE's employees, customers, features, and functionalities. SLICE Technologies will officially become LMN on Dec. 31, 2021.
Landscape Management Network White Glove Onboarding
Current SLICE customers will be given white-glove onboarding to LMN Professional and will work directly with LMN to transfer data and learn the features of the software that will help them run their business more efficiently than before. They will also be moving from an on-site server to LMN's cloud-based technology. Leaders at LMN are focused on making the transition as easy as possible for SLICE customers, including educational events such as a personalized webinar with the company executives.
Building the Future of Landscape Business Technologies
"SLICE has built an incredible reputation as a trusted software provider for landscape business owners," said LMN CRO Dave Chalmers on the acquisition. "We are excited to level up their customers by providing them with the tools and technologies that make LMN stand out against the competition."
LMN Growth Mode Continues in 2021
This is LMN's first of many acquisitions since the company's inception in 2009. LMN is the most comprehensive business management software built by landscapers for landscapers. In addition to the software, LMN has created an educational environment through its Academy courses, workshops and webinars, and 1:1 training - all of which will now become available for SLICE customers.
Founded in 2009, LMN helped customers create over $51 billion worth of estimates, capture 78 million individual clock-ins, and have managed more than 245,000 employees daily through the software. Visit https://golmn.com/.