Declining margins are a huge issue for integrators. With pressure from Internet sales rising, a key driver of integrator profitability is being torn away. How should integrators deal with this? How will this impact manufacturers and end users?
On Thursday, August 9th, we had a special webinar with a live discussion and debate about this. Below is the full recording.
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