More and more companies are finding Excellence Alliance (EAI) improved profitability for their sales and service teams. EAI is hosting a 1 hour webinar, the purpose of which is to discuss how we can improve your bottom line through the use of estimating software for service agreements.
By focusing on commercial service estimating solutions through Excellence Alliance, you give your business exposure in an area with tremendous profit capability.
Join us on Thursday, September 21st at 2pm eastern for a detailed look at how you can make your business more profitable.
Our programs have helped hundreds of companies. Our goal is to do the same for you.
If we told you EAI could show you a way to improve your profitability, wouldn’t that be worth an hour of your time?
After you register, we’ll follow up with an email that confirms your registration and lists some information you might want to think about before the webinar.
Our custom estimating tool gives your business the performance needed in today’s market. It is the most powerful and capable commercial service estimator in our industry. Let us show you why!
E4P is easier and more intuitive than keeping a spreadsheet.
Use E4P’s complete equipment, belts and filters database to build detailed and accurate estimates. Add belts and filters with a click, no typing necessary. Labor and materials cost are added automatically for each. E4P takes this raw data and builds a custom, automatic Preventative Maintenance Agreement.
Store all your files and access them anywhere.
Access the program anywhere with an internet connection. Whether it be in the office, at the job site, at home or on the road, you have access. Even if your computer is lost or stolen, you still have access to your records.
Performance and power that your sales team needs.
Impress commercial prospects with customized reports. Cut down estimating and proposal writing time. Bring ideas to your market quicker than your competitors. Generate Equipment Tasking Sheets that offer step by step guidelines to the work that needs to be done on a given job.