HAUS Provides Home Automation Training & Business Resources

HAUS to Provide Home Automation Training & Business Resources for Home Technology Services Companies
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The Denver area will soon become home to the first all-inclusive business-training program for home automation technology companies in the United States. Beginning January 2016, HAUS (Home Automation University) will offer home automation businesses training that will create a standard to personalize the smart home experience to a broader market of consumers.

“Sales of connected home devices are seeing unprecedented growth,” said David Daniels, CEO of HAUS. “The time is now for technology services businesses to capitalize on the home automation market, and HAUS provides the business tools, training and continuing education necessary to take advantage of this massive opportunity.”

At HAUS’ new 25,000-square-foot facility near Denver in Parker, CO, members learn skill sets that can be immediately put into practice to help grow and scale their business. HAUS’ manufacturer partnerships give businesses the products they need to succeed along with the tools to provide a consistently smooth end-to-end experience for customers. The HAUS program incorporates education in sales, marketing, customer service, operations, and installation techniques.

“We take a hands-on, collaborative approach to business education and practical business resources that will set these business owners up for success with demonstrable competitive advantages,” Daniels said.

Members of the HAUS network can take advantage of on-campus training, online courses and continuing education using the HAUS basic and advanced programs.

HAUS was founded to meet the growing demand for the smart home and the growth of the home automation industry. By providing training programs that will give business owners the resources to successfully elevate their operations and excel in the evolution of home automation, HAUS is uniquely positioned to be a key player in the growing home automation market.