HMI Performance Incentives will help you to pinpoint opportunities within your business strategy where you’ll have the greatest success when inserting incentive tactics for your target audience. Using our full repertoire of service capabilities, we’ll design and manage the perfect program for you.
It all depends on what your motivation is. Is it…
Differentiate from competition. Increase mind share and market share. Your programs will scale to meet any issue, across all levels of the channel. Utilize our vast building materials experience to increase in loyalty, promote recognition, push new or existing products, and data acquisition. In other words, the works.
Carve out your place among buyers loyal to competitive brands. Optimize Co-op or Manufacturer Development Funds to better incentivize product purchase. Whether it’s rewarding top performers with a group trip or moving your small- to mid-sized accounts, HMI Performance Incentives has you covered.
Many electrical contractors buy from 4-5 suppliers on average. This makes differentiating your brand paramount, reaching your end-users in a profitable way even more so. Your program with HMI Performance Incentives will help you corral buyers to your brand and motivate the sales personnel and channel partners to push your products.
In an industry ruled by fast turn-around and the need to be the first call, sustaining monthly loyalty is of the utmost importance. Build an in-depth, branded program of your own, and you can differentiate your valued solutions, increase your mind share, and capture those essential discretionary dollars.
Are you the first solution in your VARs’ heads when installing their technology solutions? Cut through the noise and competition to capture the attention of VAR principals, sales reps, and engineers with your incentive program. Your program will employ proven strategies like eLearning and rewarding steps-to-sale to give you an edge.
Maintain engagement and excite your F&I reps and dealers. Your program will give dealer principals, sales reps, and F&I staff a real reason to extend your percentage of the deal, increase the number of deals done, and improve their incremental business by giving them something more than just commission.
Hiring a third-party travel vendor can be a daunting task. It requires placing trust, money, and the most important producers or customers—in the hands of someone you likely don’t know very well. In a perfect world, these vendors would have your best interests at heart and would operate as if the program were their own. […]
On this blog, we’re always thinking about new ways to help you improve your business and your incentive program. In our last post, we considered alternatives to travel as the central reward of your program, ways to thank your participants for all their hard work even if the big-ticket prize might be out of reach […]
In a recent article, we talked about 3 Alternatives to Travel Rewards. We spoke on the importance of maintaining a level of engagement and experience with your audience, offering up some brief descriptions to what those alternatives might look like. But how do they play out when you get down to brass tacks? We’ve written […]
Our mission here at HMI is to help our readers and clients achieve their business goals by adapting to new market conditions or objectives. If you’ve had to cancel or postpone your group incentive trip, we share in your disappointment – we love travel, and it’s one of the core attributes of our business. Without […]
To motivate a sales team is a worthy endeavor. One solution to this task is a sales incentive program. A well-run sales incentive program can have considerable benefits. They can help to increase excitement, healthy competition, and morale among your sales organization. In a previous article, we discussed how sales incentives work and why. So, you […]
Welcome back to another installment of New Year, New Challenges, where we lay out some of the biggest changes our clients and readers can expect to see in their given field as our planet starts its next lap around the Sun. Our topic this week: manufacturing trends. Back in 2019, we took a look at […]