NORCROSS, GA – Unisource Worldwide, Inc. – a global provider of innovative, sustainable, highly efficient solutions across the life cycle of core business operations including product packaging and fulfillment, paper and print management, general supply chain and logistics, and facility solutions – will feature insights and opportunities for building service contractors at the 2013 Building Service Contractors Association International (BSCAI) annual convention, November 20-22, 2013.
The convention, held at the Bellagio & Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, NV, will provide education, networking opportunities, and resources for building service contractors. The Unisource Facility Solutions group will open the Technology Tools to Close Sales session on Thursday, November 21 at 4:30 p.m. in the Van Gogh Room. The session will feature a case study on how Unisource improved the operations and profitability of a large North American business service contractor.
“Our UnisourceLink eBusiness platform gives building service contractors a distinct advantage as they work with their customers to drive compliance, efficiency, and profitability,” said Garrett Gerst, Senior Marketing Manager / Facility Solutions for Unisource Worldwide. “We understand the particular challenges they face; we look forward to sharing our unique value proposition, including our proprietary Green Gauge™ sustainability tool, to help them meet their goals.”
Unisource Facility Solutions sales professionals Chris Pearce, John Todd, and Kevin Heath will be available in the Solution Pavilion at Table # 21 with more information about Green Gauge, the UnisourceLink eBusiness platform, and on-demand information for business service contractors.
Founded in 1965, the Building Service Contractors Association International serves a wide cross-section of building service contractors, from public companies to family-owned firms. BSCAI is considered the Business Resource for Contractors and represents a worldwide network from across North America and 15 countries worldwide.