February 25, 2021

Toro Horizon360 Landscape Business Software

Toro Horizon360

Drive Your Landscaping Business with Toro Horizon360

The Toro Horizon360 software platform gives landscaping contractors an efficient and effective way to track the productivity of your crew and equipment. It also helps automate your billing processes and streamline your business’ time management. For those trying to gain efficiency in their landscaping business, this could help raise profits while lowering overhead costs.

10-Second Summary

  • Easy-to-use software streamlines your business
  • Track on-the-job time vs. scheduled time
  • Provides proof of service
  • Takes job and office notes
  • Manages payroll and invoicing
  • Real-time equipment tracking
  • Includes intuitive bi-lingual phone app
  • Manages complex scheduling, challenging weather conditions, and multiple crews
  • No sign-on fees or yearly contracts
  • Price: $99-$199/month

Toro on the Horizon360 Software

Horizon360 empowers landscape contractors like no other software on the market. We’ve leveraged our 100 years of experience and expertise to develop a software system that will give you more data, better data, and powerful tools to analyze the effectiveness of your business—in an incredibly easy-to-use, intuitive package.

Dave Francis, senior marketing manager at Toro

Stay Productive

Owning and operating your business creates a lot of responsibility and stress. You need to deal with scheduling, invoicing, and keeping up client relations while tracking both equipment and crews. The Toro Horizon360 Software helps you better manage those tasks.

Toro Horizon360

Whether you run solo or manage several crews, the Toro Horizon360 Software gives you several key advantages. First, it provides an easy-to-use scheduling tool. This tool lets you assign work, balance schedules, manage rain delays, reassign workers, reschedule tasks, and prioritize jobs.

Next, it streamlines the estimation process with a suite of estimation tools. When estimations turn into real jobs, they get automatically entered into the system—all ready to schedule.

Toro Asset Tracker (140-4969)

The Toro Horizon360 software also includes tracking devices. The Toro Asset Tracker (140-4969) gets its power from the 12V batteries already on your mowers. This device is appropriate for any piece of equipment that has an onboard 12-volt battery. It has an internal rechargeable battery that will recharge itself when your equipment is running. This internal battery and smart-sleep algorithm provide accurate GPS data that won’t drain your equipment’s battery when not being used.

Toro Horizon360 location tracking

These sync up with the Horizon360 app on your phone or computer. Since they install directly into your equipment, they can track your equipment performance, location, job start and end times, and equipment usage. Setting up a geofence around your customer’s property lets you see when your crew enters and leaves a job. All of this data can be monitored in real-time.

Toro Asset Tracker Features

  • Model: 140-4969
  • Connection: GPS and Cell
  • Waterproof
  • Dimensions: 2.2 x 4.3 x 1.59 in.
  • Weight: 12 oz
  • Price: $100 per year (best info available at time of writing)

The Asset Tracker not only works with Toro equipment but any competitor equipment as well. You can monitor the usage and performance of your mowers, snowblowers, aerators, and more. The data collected lets you see which equipment is used the most and which equipment delivers the best performance based on fuel usage. This lets you monitor and manage downtime, as well as plan for future equipment purchases.

Toro Horizon 360 app software

Our Thoughts

Toro’s Horizon360 software and app seem like a pretty powerful tool for any size lawn service. If you struggle with crew management and scheduling, this could revolutionize your workflow. We like how it lets both you and your crew see the daily schedule as well as any on-demand work. You can initiate jobs right from the app—which takes care of anything that pops up in the field. Possibly the most important feature of all, you can track actual on-the-job time versus scheduled time.

If that doesn’t do it for you, the Horizon 360 software adds even more helpful features that might come in handy. You can take proof-of-service photos, and even append add-on work to an existing invoice so that extra work gets tracked and paid for.

Overall, we like how the Toro Horizon360 software takes away any guesswork about how well your business performs. It gives you analytics with easy-to-understand graphs and tables. In the end, you get answers to all of the big questions: How much you should bid on the job? Are you working efficiently with the crew you have? Is it time to hire another crew member?

Toro seems to have built the Horizon360 software to help landscapers scale their businesses as they grow. On the surface at least, it looks like a great tool.


Toro believes that information is power. With the information provided by the Horizon360 software, you’ll have the insight to understand how you can make your business better. Toro believes that within 90 days of using the software, you’ll be able to see tangible improvements to your bottom line.

Toro has two tiers of the Horizon360 software available. For new or small businesses with less than 5 employees, Toro recommends the basic plan, which runs $99 per month. For mid-size and larger landscaping firms, Toro suggests the premium plan. This goes for $199 per month. There are no sign-on fees or yearly contracts to negotiate, and Toro guarantees onboarding support at no charge. We will update this page when we get more specific details about the two different plans.

To learn more about Horizon360, visit the Toro website by clicking here .

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