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Electricians: Finding More Work in 2017

February 17, 2017 featured image

Here’s some great news to start off the year; There is a new way for electrical installers get extra work, build their reputation and grow their business in 2017. 

NAPIT Keep Busy Scheme

Following successful trials last year, NAPIT has launched its ‘Keep Busy Scheme’ in collaboration with Quotatis, a nationwide home improvement service provider. Quotatis have been delivering market-leading sales leads since 1999.

The ‘Keep Busy Scheme’ is a lead-generation service, which offers NAPIT members access to a range of business tools, including:

  • Smart Leads – Get leads delivered instantly to your phone or PC, enabling you to call customers quickly and send them quotes, which they can accept online.
  • A Smart App – managing workload, sending quotes and keeping track of unpaid invoices can all be managed from a mobile phone, tablet or desktop.
  • Smart Dashboard – turn your phone into a secure credit card reader.
  • Access to all the electrical customer enquiries in the local area via Quotatis.

Installer’s View

Mark Chorlton, of Vulcan Services (North West), took part in the Keep Busy Scheme trial in 2016. Here’s Marks comments:

“The biggest benefit is that it offers very good quality leads and it’s easier to have the app rather than having to pick up emails all the time.”

Try Before You Buy

NAPIT members are offered a free 30-day trial of the scheme. This way they can see if the system will work for them without any commitment.

After the free trial, it costs £25 + VAT per week on a month-by-month basis, which NAPIT say on their website is a £780 per year discount.

Visit for more information and to sign up for your free trial.

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