Due to the overwhelming demand and success of ihiji’s last service contract webinar we are offering a July and August course.
Heard the buzz about recurring revenue but aren’t sure what’s involved or perhaps aren’t comfortable incorporating new and unknown elements into your business model?
Ready to get started selling service contracts to your clients but aren’t sure about the steps involved?
You’re not alone. We’re here to help. In fact, we’ll even show you how to do it quickly, easily, and profitably (and give you some time-saving tricks we’ve learned along the way too).
Signup for our FREE web-based session titled “Service Contracts with teeth – How to create a service contract and build your business”. Give us an hour and you’ll learn how to structure, price, and sell service contracts, as well as gain valuable insight into this new and profitable category.
Register for either of the two courses by clicking the associated link and completing the registration form.
Wednesday, July 21, 2010 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM CT
Tuesday, August 17, 2010 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM CT
Add our new fully customizable Service Contract template, which is available to integrators now for $350 (valued at over $2,000). Complete the Service Contracts with Teeth instructional course, and get the template for only $250. Combine the two and you’ll have the knowledge and the tools to get going right away.
It’s a small investment that could take your business from red to black, while providing you the perfect opportunity to re-engage past clients and secure profitable future business. We guarantee you’ll walk away with new ways to increase your profitability and improve your bottom line.
Don’t delay! Session space is limited and the Service Contract template discount will only be available for a short time.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 888-321-9170 to learn more.
(425) 374 – 8930
Promotional service contract price is extended for 14 days following the service contract with teeth presentation. ihiji strongly recommends that each dealer have their own legal counsel review the service contract for their state.
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