PRESS RELEASE RESTORATION 1 ADOPTS XCELERATE AS RESTORATION JOB MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE OF CHOICE — Restoration 1 to Roll Out Xcelerate Across Franchisees Nationwide — JUNE 23, 2021, MESA, AZ – Xcelerate Software, a leading restoration job management, field documentation, and analytics solutions provider, announced that Restoration 1 is adopting Xcelerate Software as the restoration job
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celerate, the innovative leader in job management software for restoration contractors, is pleased to announce the integration of Matterport technology into its software platform. Xcelerate is the first and only job management software in the industry to offer the powerful visibility of Matterport technology to its users.
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