NSCA Accepting Applications for 2024 Excellence in Business Awards

Annual NSCA Excellence in Business Awards honor integration firms that implement unique strategies to improve business performance.

CEDAR RAPIDS, IowaNSCA, the not-for-profit association representing the commercial integration industry, is now accepting applications from systems integrators for the 2024 Excellence in Business (EIB) Awards.

Applications will be accepted through Jan. 17, 2024 and there are no entry fees, according to an NSCA announcement.

“Companies with solid business sense and creative transformation tactics continually beat their competitors to the finish line — whether it’s in terms of revenue and profit margin, talent development or customer service,” the NSCA announcement says.

NSCA adds that its Excellence in Business (EIB) Awards recognize the integrators that operate in unique ways to improve their performance.

The 2024 Excellence in Business Awards winners will be honored in a variety of NSCA and industry publications, blogs, social media posts and newsletters. They will also receive recognition at NSCA’s 26th annual Business & Leadership Conference Feb. 27-29, in Irving, Texas.

Winners of the 2024 NSCA Excellence in Business Awards will be announced by Feb. 2, 2024, and will be recognized during the Opening Night Dinner at the 2024 BLC. Representatives from each winning company will discuss their successful business strategies and transformations with event attendees.

Categories for 2024 Excellence In Business Awards

Integrators can apply for 2024 Excellence in Business Awards in one of the following categories:

  • Business Performance (establishing new methods for accurate job costing, finding ways to reduce operating expenses, etc.)
  • Customer Experience (improving customer satisfaction scores, etc.)
  • Differentiating Strategies (implementing new sales strategies, offering new types of services, etc.)
  • Employee Engagement (improving corporate culture, increasing job satisfaction, etc.)
  • Strategic Transformation (entering new markets, increasing RMR, etc.)
  • Talent Development (finding new recruitment strategies, providing career development, etc.)

“To stay in business, integrators must stay relevant,” says NSCA executive director Tom LeBlanc in the association announcement. “Every year, this becomes more difficult as technology, customer demands and the industry change.

“It’s not easy to keep up, so we continue to recognize integrators that dedicate time and effort toward finding innovative ways to stay relevant, improve services, attract new talent and land new business,” he says.

The original version of this post appeared on SSI’s sister site, CommercialIntegrator.com.

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