(Norcross, Ga., 18 August 2009) Surveying customers are increasingly adding high-definition surveying (HDSTM) measurement solutions to their project specifications — and surveying companies without HDSTM capability risk losing their ability to compete for these lucrative jobs.
On September 1, 2009, at 2pm EST, Michael Harvey, Product Marketing Manager – Scanning for Leica Geosystems, will present a free webcast for surveyors, “The Business of Laser Scanning: Hype or Competitive Advantage?”
During this event, Mr. Harvey will share concrete and factual examples of how surveyors can maintain their ability to compete effectively by upgrading their HDSTM capabilities now, before they fall behind the technology curve and lose their competitive edge.
By investing in the next generation of HDSTM technology, surveyors can save time and labor on high-end jobs and routine surveys alike, says Harvey. Result: greater profit margins, with projects completed better and faster, using laser scanning.
By attending the free webcast, surveyors will learn how to:
• Lower costs and submit more competitive job bids.
• Win more contracts for both routine surveys and high-end jobs.
• Meet the requirements of customers incorporating HDSTM into their project specifications.
• Reduce labor and increase profit margins on every job.
• Improve customer satisfaction with more accurate and detailed surveying reports.
“Thanks to HDSTM, surveyors nationwide are successfully entering new markets – and profitably handling precision measurement applications — they otherwise couldn’t serve,” says Harvey.
To register for the free Leica Geosystems webcast, “The Business of Laser Scanning,” today click below now http://portal.leicaus.com/scanstation-c10-pr1
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