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3/10/2009 2:17 PM
 

One of the big topics to come out of the CEDIA Management Conference last week was the need for recurring revenue streams to increase the value of electronic systems contractor (ESC) businesses. For those who are already monitoring security systems, this is nothing new. For many others, however, the transition to the service model can be quite difficult. What are your thoughts?

 
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6/24/2009 11:42 AM
 
Being fluent in recurring revenue models since my days at the old Digital Interiors, Ins. in California. I can assure you that revenue models from the builder market will look completely different upon merging from the downturn in the market. The new model must incorporate previous taboo areas that can elicit mutual benefit to all i.e. (Developer, Builder, Integrator and delivered services (Phone, Internet, VOD & TV Programming). I see the need for those with experience to step-up and facilitate the vision like I have been doing at PCBC (Pacific Coast Builders Conference) in San Francisco. One thing is for sure, those that attempt to provide the same content upon the "Recovery", I fear those companies will be left outside the needs of our new home building community, since their philosophy is not in par with the desires of these Developers final decision maker - Stockholders. David Lewis Principal Consulting Engineer CCNE , RCDD Nobilia, LLC, Developer Services
 
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5/9/2013 7:21 AM
 
A number of different options available for adding recurring revenue components to a business. It depends on the types of products or services of your company provides. It can make the future earnings of your business. It helps Improve efficiency, security and reduce costs.
 
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7/19/2013 12:59 PM
 
Hey guys, a little late to this thread but I hope y'all are having a good summer.
 
I know creating and maintaining that recurring revenue stream can be difficult especially if you don't know where to start. At ihiji, we developed a step-by-step guide we dubbed as the "Client Care Plan". The Client Care Plan is a tool developed specifically with our dealers in mind. This enables them to initiate that recurring revenue stream when they don't know where to begin.
 
If you're curious at all about this tool you should definitely check it out or talk to anyone from the company about it.
 
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