Arborgold Announces Integration with SiteOne Landscape Supply


Bloomington, IN | March 24, 2022: Arborgold and SiteOne are working together to strengthen the green industry by providing innovative solutions that help companies improve their overall efficiencies.

Arborgold Software is pleased to announce its most recent cloud-based field service technology integration with SiteOne, the largest wholesale distributor of landscaping products in North America.

Arborgold users can now access real-time pricing, availability, and create purchase orders for their favorite materials including irrigation supplies, outdoor lighting, trees and plants, pest control chemicals, landscape supplies, fertilizers, turf protection products, from inside their Arborgold Software account. In addition to enhancing the estimating process, Arborgold users can now create bulk and blanket material or supply purchase orders while tracking overall inventory from inside Arborgold’s all-in-one business software system.

As a result, lawn, tree, and landscape company sales teams and estimators can speed up estimates and improve profits and visibility into job costing with real-time access to SiteOne’s price book from inside their Arborgold Account.

SiteOne Arborgold Integration: How it works

  1. Access real-time material and supply pricing from your local SiteOne’s expansive product and supply catalog.
  2. Transfer your estimate to a job and send the material order to SiteOne in just a couple of clicks.
  3. Create bulk or blanket material or supply purchase orders inside Arborgold to send to SiteOne for purchase and delivery.
  4. Confirm purchase requests with local SiteOne representatives.

When asked about the SiteOne catalog integration plays into the overall technology strategy for Arborgold, Jon Garner, Arborgold CEO replied, “Many green industry companies today want more control and better visibility over material inventory and direct costs vs. using averages to quote nursery and associated supplies. We feel that in today’s competitive supply marketplace, access to SiteOne’s local material wholesaler digital catalog from inside Arborgold is a game changer.”

SiteOne for Estimating plus scheduling, job costing, invoicing, and so much more

From capturing leads to collecting customer payments online, thousands of lawn, tree, landscape, plant healthcare, and snow removal professionals trust Arborgold Software to help them manage and streamline every part of their day-to-day operations so they can exponentially grow their business. With advanced business management features and seamless integration to our industry’s favorite tools, growing your green industry company has never been easier. 

Not a SiteOne User? Getting started is simple. Create your SiteOne account here.
Not an Arborgold User? Schedule a walk through with a product specialist today. 

About SiteOne Landscape Supply

SiteOne Landscape Supply is the only national wholesale distributor of landscape supplies in the United States and has a growing presence in Canada. Its customers are primarily residential and commercial landscape professionals who specialize in the design, installation and maintenance of lawns, gardens, golf courses and other outdoor spaces.

About Arborgold Software

For over 25 years, Arborgold’s all-in-one business software has helped tree, lawn, and landscape companies manage leads and customers, bid jobs, schedule work, track inventory, run supply chain, manage projects, and invoice customers from your computer or mobile device. Thousands of our customers are building better businesses by automating tasks, optimizing schedules, and connecting the office with the field real-time, resulting in increased profits and a reduction in costs. Read Landscape Management’s integration release statement

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