FrontRunner Launches Radical Support
FrontRunner has launched an unprecedented model of support and success for its valued clients. Radical Support is yet another feature of the new Pulse Business Division.
“The former level of support simply does not keep up with the special needs of our clients,” says Kevin Montroy, Founder and CEO of FrontRunner Professional. “Their needs are changing and we will change to meet their challenges. To truly help them, we needed to move far past a single person helping clients with questions.”
Radical Support includes more integrated layers of Technical Support, Success Coaches, Project Managers and Marketing Advisors. It continues into the new Technology Center that features advanced training, webinars, workshops, seminars focused on strategic marketing programs, and one-on-one consulting. Best of all, there is no such thing as a support contract and under the new Pulse Business Division.
“FrontRunner is proud to attract some of the profession’s most progressive firms who understand that free websites and old management software platforms simply will not help them compete in today’s changing markets,” explains Montroy. “The new Pulse Business Division and Radical Support Program allow us to focus on one single goal – to work closely with our clients to dramatically increase client’s market share.”
FrontRunner’s new aggressive marketing programs, and national and regional business systems can provide clients with guaranteed business growth in any markets where they are launched.
FrontRunner is the leader in marketing and technology programs for funeral professionals. To learn more about FrontRunner and how we can help you raise the standards in your community and grow your market share, contact us at 1-866-748-3625.
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