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Groovy, Mailgun & "Fiancé"

This is a Tech Post written by our Co-Founder and Lead Engineer, Andrew Garcia. Have an idea for a tech post? Email us: info@goodshuffle.com

Prologue

Here at Goodshuffle we've built our entire platform using Grails (currently 3.3.1) and occasionally we run into interesting problems that hopefully by writing down here we

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The Killer Cost to Party Rental Companies

The Killer Cost to Party Rental Companies

“Why isn’t my party rental business making more money?” you may be asking yourself. After all, the party rental industry is a $5 billion industry and it’s only growing. Business owners are looking for ways to get a bigger piece of that pie. Of course, there are many ways to grow your event

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How to Improve Part-Time Employee Performance

How to Improve Part-Time Employee Performance

One of the challenges of the event rental industry, is that many businesses rely heavily on part-time and seasonal employees. Because these folks aren’t working for your rental business full-time, they may feel less engaged with the business, be less informed about procedures, and generally lack motivation to be top performers. This is bad

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Why Event Rental Companies Should List Their Prices

Why Event Rental Companies Should List Their Prices

There's a long-standing divide in the event rental industry over whether it’s smarter to list your prices, or require customers to call in. Some folks think listing pricing is the easier way to go, while others think it detracts from their opportunity to sell a customer on the phone.

We’ve listened to the

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Cloud Computing and Party Rental Companies

Cloud Computing and Party Rental Companies

Are you searching for new party rental management software? Regardless of whether you’re actively seeking a solution to manage and grow your business, or you’re just browsing due to frustration with your current rental management system, one of your first decisions is whether the software should be on a hard drive or in

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