New Restoration Technologies:
Create New Revenue, Improve Cash Flow, and Develop Competitive Advantages for Restoration Companies
Wednesday March 29th, 2017
New wireless technologies are already turning the restoration business models on its head. Attendees will learn how evaluate and use these new devices to create new revenue streams from new and existing customers, improve company cash flow, generate new jobs from existing customers, save big on marketing spend while creating competitive advantages. These revolutionary technologies are the latest in wireless “Internet of Things” or IoT. They include monitoring products, asset tracking solutions, automated employee dispatch and time tracking, and water damage mitigation systems. These technologies can create alliances with insurance companies and business risk management advisers as well. This will also provide a positive effect on restoration company’s relationships with insurance companies and customers alike. Understanding how to adapt to these technologies and market changes can create huge growth for the adopters.
Jim McLaughlin will present what these technologies are, and how they are already affecting restoration market nationwide. Most importantly he will explain the best practices and how your company can embrace them for success. Jim McLaughlin is President of Vital Home Systems, an inventor and a wireless pioneer. He has studied at MIT and is a 20+ year veteran of the wireless industry. He has worked with the largest wireless networks and iconic brands. Vital Home Systems is a strategic partner with AT&T for wireless automation devices.
About the Presenter:
Jim McLaughlin is President of Vital Home Systems, an inventor and a wireless pioneer. Jim has developed a revolutionary wireless building water automation system in cooperation with AT&T. The systems is specifically for the restoration market. Jim has studied at MIT and is a 20+ year veteran of the wireless industry. He has worked with the largest wireless networks and iconic brands such as Verizon Wireless, AT&T, Cox Communications, Progressive Insurance, State Farm, Blackberry, Apple, Time Warner, and The Wall Street Journal. Vital Home Systems is a strategic partner with AT&T for wireless automation devices.
He has launched and worked on some of the largest changes in wireless technology to date. Jim worked to launch the first Blackberry devices in the US market for the insurance industry, developed the first mobile insurance claims solutions for Progressive Insurance, launched mobile applications for insurance companies, Time Warner, Sports Illustrated and the Wall Street Journal. While working for AT&T and Verizon wireless, he helped launch some of their biggest network and product initiatives such as the iPhone and 4G networks. Jim has now developed a revolutionary wireless automation system for the restoration industry.