Free Webinar: How to Successfully Sell Interactive Services
Learn what interactive services are available and how security dealers can successfully sell them during the Linear-sponsored webinar.
Security Sales & Integration Editor-in-Chief Scott Goldfine will host a webinar aimed to help electronic security integrators sell interactive services to their clients on May 13 at 2 p.m. EDT.
Today’s residential alarm panel is a highly sophisticated control device with the capability of controlling multiple functions in the home. Interactive services such as onsite and remote control of thermostats, lights, IP cameras, keyless entry, and more make security panels valuable home automation devices that customers use frequently on a daily basis. For security dealers, the more interaction a client has with the system, the longer-term and stickier that customer becomes for your business, which means increased RMR.
During the free, one-hour, Linear-sponsored webinar titled “How to Successfully Sell Interactive Services,” attendees will learn from a panel of security dealers what interactive services are available, how to introduce each one into your sales presentation, which services are the most popular, effective marketing techniques for these services, and tips and tricks for installation.
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