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Founders of Local, Fast Growing Start-up Launch New Product

Wichita, KS- Founders of the local fast-growing technology startup, Lawn Buddy, Steven Werner and Phil Matthews, have repurposed some of their tech to launch a new product called Blyss.

Blyss is designed to support service industry professionals with efficiency by eliminating their daily admin work and giving them the time they need to focus on what matters most, growing their business.

Blyss can be used for owners in industries such as painting, roofing, plumbing, home repair,
HVAC, pool installation, window cleaning, home/commercial cleaning, etc.

As both a web platform and mobile app, Blyss makes it easy for business owners to manage
their work in the office or on the job.

These tools are designed to save business owners and admin staff time by automating their
daily tasks like invoicing, and on-job communication. Blyss brings a new level of professionalism to companies by allowing them to send branded invoices to their customers. It improves businesses’ customer experience with tools that keep everyone on the same page, tools that save contacts, messages, job history and work schedules. Blyss includes a payment processor that allows companies to expand the types of payments they can accept at very low processing rates.

“After building Lawn Buddy, we saw a huge need from owners in other industries that were
looking for tools like that could save them time, but also for a software company that actually
offered support. Companies are tired of partnering with software companies that do not give
them a voice. This is why we do things differently.” said Steven Werner, CEO.

The service industries in the U.S. employ more than 130 million people and Blyss aims to serve this growing $15 trillion market, helping the services succeed into the next decade and beyond.

For more information about Blyss business management software, visit their website at or email [email protected]


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