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Employee Spotlight: Andrew Trinh

August 25, 2020

Meet our Junior Engineer, Andrew Trinh!   How long have you worked at ServiceCore? I started at ServiceCore in January […]

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Meet Our Partners!

August 14, 2020

ServiceCore has worked to partner with some of the leading companies in the liquid waste industry. We have created the […]

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Onboarding and Support FAQs

August 10, 2020

Committing to a new software can be a big decision, and we understand that you are going to have some […]

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Employee Spotlight: Gabriel Arrarás

June 3, 2020

Meet our customer service representative (and head of onboarding), Gabriel Arrarás! How long have you worked at ServiceCore? I started […]

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INFOGRAPHIC: Liquid Waste Industry 2020 COVID-19 Results

May 1, 2020

The coronavirus (COVID-19) has affected each industry differently. To gather more information for the liquid waste industry ServiceCore created an […]

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8 Tips and Tricks for WWETT 2020

February 12, 2020

With the WWETT Show coming up next week, we thought now would be a great time to share our tips […]

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Full In Partners Leads Significant Growth Investment in ServiceCore

September 3, 2019

Transaction will enable ServiceCore to expand its market-leading position in the liquid waste software. LAKEWOOD, CO – ServiceCore, the leading […]

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Feature Spotlight: Offline Mode in ServiceCore Mobile App

July 31, 2019

The ServiceCore team is always hard at work developing new features to ease the burden of running a septic, portable […]

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Hug A Pumper Winner: May 2019 Gift Card Giveaway

May 10, 2019

It’s that time again. ServiceCore is excited to announce the latest winner in our Hug A Pumper contest! The nominations […]

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Assign technicians faster with schedule suggestions

April 15, 2019

Managing technicians and routes doesn’t have to be difficult. When you need to assign someone to a job, you shouldn’t […]