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Cell Phone Boosters Providing New Revenue Opportunities
It costs five times more to find a new client than to retain an existing customer. Savvy integrators know that old business adage well, but the challenge is finding new solutions that add value to existing clients’ homes.
Cellular boosters may be just the thing to re-open existing and new clients’ doors and offer integrators a path to increased revenue and profits. Once you install one of these systems and improve performance at a residence, chances are very good that you will have the opportunity to install one in a neighboring home or business.
This Advantage Series White Paper takes you inside the technology of cell phone boosters and the growing opportunities and changes in the telecom market. We also put a cell phone booster to the test and see how an integrator created a healthy cellular signal inside a 13,000-square-foot lake house.
Download this free Advantage Series to learn more about the process in which an integrator must design a video surveillance system, and how to make key decisions regarding camera selection and positioning.
Second-ever CE Pro Wage & Salary Study reveals pay increases of 6 percent to 40 percent in various positions since 2011, with higher average salaries on both coasts and in bigger integration companies.
HDMI is a complex and ever-evolving technology that is at the heart of today’s digital entertainment. CE Pro’s latest Advantage Series whitepaper examines what it takes to develop a reliable and state-of the-art HDMI cable.
Unlike 2013’s CE Pro 100 Brand Analysis, which was marked by a new era of audio, video and networking solutions driving new sales opportunities, the brands used by the highest revenue integrators show a continuation of past spending habits.