At traplinked, we do not believe in a one-sided vendor-customer relationship. We achieve the digitization of pest control at eye level and in a partnership relationship with our customers. “It already feels like a partnership,” reports Sebastian Hackbarth of Hackbarth Pest Control & Wildlife Management. Like many other traplinked customers, the pest controller from northern Germany appreciates the active exchange and genuine interest in the practice. “You know what? You’re in the field with it every day – tell me! Do you what? What do you think about it? Do you have any ideas about that?” is how Hackbarth summarizes common questions from traplinked.
Our core philosophy is to actively involve you in our continuous product development in order to offer you exactly the tools you want for your work in the digital age. A concept that is well received: discover in the following success stories how our customers use the digital system and what they particularly appreciate about the solution.
“The customer who doesn’t want anything to do with it – that doesn’t exist,” says Sebastian Hackbarth straightforwardly when we ask him how he deals with businesses that don’t want digital pest control.
The portfolio of the pest controller from Sieverstedt proves him right: the broad customer base at “Hackbarth Pest Control & Wildlife Management” is completely digital. And from bakers to farmers, every type of company is there.
Financial, ethical, environmental, efficient – for every business, digital pest control offers a unique advantage. The pest controller’s job would be to find the individual problem that can be solved for the customer.
“And since then, we have been a permanent guest there,” summarizes Niklas Ertan Treu, Managing Director at Bougé Schädlingsbekämpfung. From acute control to permanent monitoring – this is how the very first use of digital trap systems from traplinked took place at the traditional company in Aachen.
It is important to simply show the customer how the system works in practice, Treu emphasizes. Acute control offers a scenario in which the advantages of digital traps come to light particularly quickly. And a happy acute control customer often becomes a permanent monitoring customer, the pest controller observes.
“There must be something better, something simple, something faster to get such infestations under control quickly and safely,” concluded the Sonnenburg GmbH team after a lengthy tox bait treatment.
“Fast. Simple. Safe. Period,” said Michael Prior, technical manager, in praise of the traplinked product, which more than lived up to its claims.
“When we talk to our customers, we try to convince them that this way with the digital traps is the way to go […] maybe a little more expensive, but it offers much more safety,” Prior describes the company’s philosophy.
“Everything was quiet for five or six weeks, and then all of a sudden things started happening,” Ivette Laubach from SchädEx GmbH still vividly remembers one of her first digital trap operations in Permanent Monitoring. At first, the pest controller from Mönchengladbach could not imagine much about digital pest control.
But then the permanently remotely monitored pest traps turned out to be an early warning system and the trigger data a valuable means of quickly tracking down the cause.
But Ms. Laubach discovered another exciting advantage to working with digital traps. Watch our interview now to learn more.
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