Schaumburg, Ill. – The Home Technology Specialists of America (HTSA) will hold its debut Technology Forum June 23-25 at the Hyatt Regency Schaumburg outside Chicago.
The event, led by third-party experts, will focus on experience-sharing, bolstering technical knowledge, and improving business operations, the buying group said.
Key topics and trainings will include:
*The integration, managing and maintaining of residential networks;
*Best practices in managing service and support systems; how to have a profitable security business;
*Best project management
tools and software; labor utilization and increasing profitability;
*How to recruit, train and retain technical resources;
*Best practices for improving business operations efficiency and profitability; working with 3rd party service providers, and;
*A review of today’s most challenging technical applications.
HTSA said the event was warranted by the ever-changing technology landscape, which has made enhanced, timely product and service training a critical element for the custom install and specialty retailer businesses.
“We see the Technology Forum as a huge opportunity for our members to convene with the best and brightest thought leaders available, helping to strengthen their technical chops and business functions,” said HTSA managing director Bob Hana. “We’ve gathered an insanely talented group of professionals, each an expert in their craft, who will educate on a number of topics ranging from ‘managing project managers’ to ‘tech tips for upgrading legacy systems.’ We are excited to share this knowledge with our members and in turn have them share theirs with us.”
HTSA is anticipating approximately 75 to 80 attendees at the Tech Forum.