Partner Success Story: Ruppert Landscape

Ruppert Landscape is a company built from a strong set of values and a genuine dedication to providing the highest quality landscape management, landscape construction and tree growing and moving services available.

Jared Rothman, Business Development Manager, and Matthew Davidson, Branch Manager, recently shared how being an Accelerent Partner has contributed to their success.

How Accelerent helps build business:

While we’ve garnered somewhere between $50,000—$100,000 in business since our involvement with Accelerent over the past year, we’ve seen significant other benefits, as well. Equally important is what it’s done with helping us get our name out there, strengthening our position in the market and growing our people. We have about five members of our sales team at Ruppert who are actively involved with Accelerent, and through our involvement, we have facilitated numerous introductions that we think have turned into new relationships, closed deals and even community service projects for our other Accelerent Partners.

What do you think has been your key to success in Accelerent?

It’s important to be a good listener so that you can gain a better understanding of what fellow Partners are trying to accomplish, but it’s equally as important to be able to articulate your company’s wants and needs. By focusing on these key communication items—and following up on any action items we’ve committed to—I think we’ve been able to build and develop many meaningful relationships and expand our network.

What advice do you have for other Accelerent Partners or prospective Accelerent Partners?

Being an active participant in the process at all levels is really important to success. The more you invest in the process, the more you will get out of it. It’s about taking the time to really build lasting relationships that will lead to meaningful opportunities and beneficial connections. Also, always follow through with what you’ve said you’re going to do, as it underscores your commitment to the process and to the relationship that’s been generated.