ESX 2014 Session Covers the Latest Residential Market Trends
With the introduction of next-gen products and cloud-based services, the residential security market is experiencing an evolution of epic proportions. Learn the latest trends to help build your business cater to residential clients.
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Electronic Security Expo (ESX) is unlike any other trade show, as it’s focused exclusively on the needs of electronic security integration and monitoring companies.
The education sessions featured at ESX are definitely highlights for many attendees, as they provide electronic security contractors and monitoring companies the tools they need to improve their business operations.
At ESX 2014, one of the sessions that stood out for many was the Residential Market Trends Super Session.
Moderated by SSI Editor-in-Chief Scott Goldfine and CE Pro Editor Jason Knott, the session featured a four-member panel discussing the importance of reaching consumers with today’s solutions before the competition reaches them first.
Panelists included Steve Shapiro, ADT; Jim Corbett, United Alarm; Mike Maniscalco, ihiji; and Christopher Baskin, American Two-Way.
In this slideshow, check out the highlights from the session and learn some new tips to reach more residential clientele.
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