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Boost Your Bottom Line

Posted By Jason Unger, Friday, August 26, 2011
In today’s business climate, it’s more necessary than ever to be looking for ways to boost your bottom line – from your company’s profits to employee productivity.

While setting goals and motivating your employees to do their jobs better plays a role, it’s essential to include proper training and education to help them perform at their peak.

There’s no better outlet for the targeted training your company needs than NTS, which understands the security integration business and the customers your serve.

Here are three ways to boost your bottom line and grow your company’s profits, performance and productivity.

Improve Your Revenue Streams
Your business can’t be built on making money on one thing and one thing alone – the best businesses are diversified with multiple revenue streams.

If you’re mainly an installation company, are you also troubleshooting and servicing the systems you install? You should be. With a course like Troubleshooting, Service and Maintenance (TSM), you’ll learn the ins-and-outs of maintaining and servicing your customers’ systems, adding a profitable revenue stream to your bottom line.

If you’re traditionally a burglar company, have you considered adding fire systems to your offerings? Residential installers can learn the fire know-how they need with Residential Fire Alarm Course (RFAC), which is designed for individuals and companies previously focused solely on intrusion systems to expand their business services to include residential fire alarm systems.

Improve Your Sales Efforts
What kind of difference would it make on your business if you closed more sales?

Let’s put that another way: is there any business that wouldn’t want to close more of its sales opportunities?

Because NTS understands the way security integration companies work, it can offer sales training that is targeted to your business. The Essential Sales Training (EST) course covers the complete sales process, including real-world examples, role-playing and an in-depth sales action plan for success in commercial, industrial and residential sales.

In the course, students learn how to identify problems, presenting solutions, handle objections, cross selling, managing the customer and closing the sale.

Special applications of the course include:

  • Entry Level Systems
  • Fire Alarm Systems
    • Application issues
    • Common Pitfalls
    • Understanding System Expansion
    • Identifying Unique System Stakeholders
  • Access Control Systems
    • Application Issues
    • Common Pitfalls
    • Understanding System Expansion
    • Identifying Unique System Stakeholders
  • Video Surveillance Systems
    • Application Issues
    • Common Pitfalls
    • Understanding System Expansion
    • Identifying Unique System Stakeholders

Improve Your Productivity
Every course NTS offers has one primary goal: to better equip your employees for the jobs they do every day.

NTS produces smarter, more productive students who are prepared to work hard and excel on the jobsite. They understand their jobs better. They understand the technology better. And they execute better.

When your employees know how to do their job better, they will be more productive on the jobsite. When they’re more productive, they’re able to take on more jobs and service more customers. And since they’re trained, they’ll do it all professionally and at the highest level of performance.

It’s a boost to your bottom line and to your customers’ satisfaction.

NTS training makes your employees more productive and better able to do their jobs. Add on an additional revenue stream or two to your business, and you’ve certainly boosted your bottom line.

Tags:  August 2011  Feature 

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