Webinar for Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers

Get the control you've always wanted and proof you never had before

The kitchen cabinet industry is a whirlwind of installations, service items, return visits, and charge-backs. Laurysen Kitchens – a kitchen cabinet manufacturing company – uses Bridgit Field to solve these problems, further improve relations with builders, save time and money, and keep a history of all installations.

Watch the webinar and learn how you can:

  • Get visibility on installations, decrease open service items and return visits, and receive PO from clients sooner
  • Hear about the success Corey, Project Manager at Laurysen Kitchens, is having

Watch the webinar

Laurysen Kitchens' experience with Bridgit

We have seen a remarkable decrease in open service items and return visits, along with an increase in billable work now that we have photos of every install. We track when the order is shipped, who installed it, complete with a deficiency report and photos of every room installed, showing that the area is clean and tidy before the installer left. We use this app so that the installers need to send pictures along with their billing in order for us to process their invoice.

Caroline Castrucci
VP Administration
– Laurysen Kitchens


About our speakers


Corey Laurysen, MBA
Project Manager – Laurysen Kitchens
Corey Laurysen, MBA, has been working in the kitchen and bath industry since the age of 16, where he spent his summers in the manufacturing facility. Each successive year, Corey would be given greater responsibilities as his hands-on experience grew. This experience was recognized in 2014 when he was presented with the prestigious NKBA 30 Under 30 Award at KBIS. In his early twenties, he was awarded a hockey scholarship by Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut. While away at school, Corey used this opportunity to achieve his MBA from the John F. Welch College of Business. As the on-site Project Manager, Corey has worked on numerous large scale condo projects in Ottawa. He oversees the design, manufacturing and installation of the various projects. He also heads the Order Processing Department and trains the staff in the new systems and operation procedures that have been implemented over the last three years. His passion for manufacturing and designing kitchens became his chosen career path and his MBA is serving him well as he becomes the third generation in his family owned business.


Sandra Wood, CMP
Executive Director – CKCA
25 years in the not for profit sector, Sandra is an experienced association profession with a passion for connecting the dots and building relationships within industry. Putting ear to ground in the kitchen cabinet manufacturing sector gives Sandra a unique perspective as she strives to find solutions that help the industry. CKCA is growing and celebrated 50 years in 2018 . It’s mission is to inspire progress and innovation in the kitchen cabinet industry in Canada.