Strategic Partnerships, Selling Tech Refreshes, Creation Costs and MORE
Technology, market and business practice developments have owners and general managers evaluating and planning changes in organizational structure and staffing, financial models, product and service mix and technology used to analyze and run the business.
This year’s ESX Business Development and Management Seminar Track tackles these challenges and more is seven sessions Tue., June 24 through Thu., June 26.
Next up is “Buying, Building or Partnering Strategically," featuring speakers Pam Petrow, President and CEO, Vector Security and Patrick Egan, CEO, Select Security. We’ll look at the strengths and weaknesses of different options for getting into beyond-security categories like IT, networking, control, energy management, home health tech and AV. Does your company build the capacity to deliver the product/service within the company, buy a company already delivering the product/service or, strike an alliance with such a company? A related topic later in the program is “Mastering the Right Product and Service Offerings” which will unveil new ESA guidelines and lean planning tools for security integrators looking to methodically manage the evolution of their product/service mix.
The last session on Tuesday is, “Planned Obsolescence: A Smarter Model.” The seminar will provide advice on how to profit from providing more frequent technology refreshes that update features and increase value for end-users.
Variety, relevance and expertise from peer companies and the industry’s finest consulting minds are the watchwords of this year’s program.
Register your team now for Deluxe Passes and get access to not only the seminars listed, but the entire educational program, networking line up of social events and the most focused expo floor in the industry. Discounted registration rates expire March 31.