April 5 2019 07:57 AM

The business management software is used by green industry companies.

Photo courtesy of SingleOps

SingleOps, a business management software for outdoor service industries, has raised $1.6 million in a series A financing round led by David Cummings, founder of Atlanta Ventures, with participation from all existing investors. Cummings led the company’s previous financing, a $1 million seed round, in May of 2017.

According to the company, SingleOps enables tree care, landscaping and other outdoor service businesses to grow revenue, increase profitability and keep customers happier by streamlining operations through a single interface.

Users access SingleOps every day to build estimates, schedule work, route crews, send invoices, accept payments and track inventory. Customers have collectively processed over $1 billion in revenue directly through the software.

SingleOps will use the funding to accelerate sales and product development within its existing key verticals - tree care, lawn care, full-service landscaping, sod farms and landscape supply. The team has released dozens of product updates in the past 12 months and has a number of key product releases planned for 2019.

Founded in 2014, the company has achieved consistent 100% year-over-year growth and plans to nearly double its workforce in 2019. It recently leased a 4,500 square-foot office where it will move its headquarters in June of this year.

“SingleOps is now making an immeasurable impact on hundreds of outdoor service businesses, helping them grow revenue and increase profitability,” says Sean McCormick, founder and CEO of SingleOps. “Relentless focus on our customers’ needs has been the catalyst for our recent growth, and we look forward to doubling down on outdoor services going forward.”

SingleOps will be a leading sponsor at industry events later this year, such as the International Society of Arboriculture Conference and Trade Show, held Aug. 11-14 in Knoxville, the Tree Care Industry Expo, held Nov. 7-9 in Pittsburgh, and the Green Industry Expo, held Oct. 16-18 in Louisville.