(MIRAMAR, Fla. and IRVINE, Calif., April 15, 2019) - Hytera, a leading global provider of innovative Land Mobile Radio communications solutions, is partnering with RadioResource Media Group to host a webinar focused on highlighting how dealers can succeed in a difficult competitive climate and the benefits of partnering with Hytera. All two-way radio professionals, including current Hytera dealers, are encouraged to attend the webinar, which will take place on May 2. RadioResource Media Group is the information leader on wireless communications for the mission-critical, critical infrastructure and industry markets.
The May 2 webinar will discuss the real-world experience of Rachel Romero, co-owner of Service Communications in Lafayette, Louisiana, and how she was able to transform her business. Over a period of three years, she has more than doubled the company's revenue and increased their sales margins through their partnership with Hytera. The webinar will provide in-depth information about the benefits of working with Hytera from a dealer's perspective and discuss the special programs that have driven Service Communications' growth, demonstrating how Hytera is different from other competitors in the market. Hytera actively supports the professionals in its dealer network and aims to assist them in meeting their customers' needs and operating a successful and sustainable business. To learn more about the webinar and to register, please visit this page.
"Hytera appeals to dealers because of our ability to offer a diverse product portfolio to their customers and to their communities," said Steve Cragg, VP Sales, Hytera America, Inc. "The story of Service Communications is just one example of many where partnering with Hytera is helping to transform radio dealers and their businesses."
Hytera is committed to providing its dealers and end-user customers with high-quality products, solutions and service. As one of the largest manufacturers of two-way radios in the world, Hytera radios can be found in the hands of radio users across the U.S., from Connecticut's Hockanum Valley to the Minneapolis metro to Levi's Stadium in San Francisco, on oil rigs, rail networks, casinos and conference centers, and construction sites. Hytera works closely with distributors, dealers, integrators, and application partners to understand the needs of customers and to create customized solutions for any situation, ensuring that solutions are cost-effective and the right fit.
Hytera is focused on the future and looks forward to continuing to serve the U.S. market with innovative, cost-effective land mobile radio communications solutions.
14 April 2019