Upcoming Webinar to Address Building and Retaining RMR
ERIE, Pa. — The Installation Quality (IQ) Certification Program will host a Webinar titled, “Protect Your RMR!” on Dec. 4 at 11 a.m. EST.
Sponsored by SECURITY SALES & INTEGRATION, COPS Monitoring and Tri-Ed Distribution, the free, 90-minute Webinar will feature Attrition Busters’ Bob Harris, who also serves on SSI’s Editorial Advisory Board.
During the Webinar, Harris will answer for important questions that electronic security contractors often ask, including:
- What does it take to defend your company from gigantic industry outsiders determined to carry off your hard earned RMR?
- How can company owners stimulate employees to be so engaging that customers and prospects can speak with competitors but won’t be able to shake your team out of their head?
- How can company owners differentiate their business from everyone else selling the same products and services to make doing business with you a much more attractive choice?
- How many services are customers not buying from you, only because none of your employees are talking about them?
Space is limited for this event, so make sure to register soon.
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