Thu, Apr 04, 2013
Multi-Tiered Program Offers Three Member Levels
A multi-tiered Alliance Program has been introduced by Jet Support Services, Inc. (JSSI) the company says is designed to meet the needs of its growing network of customers and business associates. The JSSI Alliance Program is a framework for working with Alliance Members to deliver greater value to customers, while expanding JSSI's reach and offerings to new and existing customers.
JSSI will provide Alliance Program Members special opportunities to increase incremental revenue to their business and add value to their client relationships. Members accepted into the JSSI Alliance Program will build recognition, reach more customers and stay connected while following their JSSI leads. Alliance Members will have access to a tailored web portal that will supply the latest information about JSSI marketing programs, product and service updates and product launches. Members will also be able to use the Portal to request aircraft specific quotes, track sales and submitted leads and monitor referral status.
“Like our Alliance Members, JSSI is always looking to acquire lifelong clients,” commented Kevin Thomas, Vice President, Strategic Planning and Business Development. “This new program will create a clear path for their clients to experience smarter financial solutions for their long-term maintenance needs, while securing their aircraft investment for the future,” added Mr. Thomas.
A number of marketing channels will expand JSSI Alliance Members’ business recognition through web, print, email and in-person product launch events. Members will start marketing their JSSI relationship by being listed on the JSSI Intranet and by being invited to participate in joint marketing efforts at some of the industry’s largest trade events, as well as joining in lead-generating campaigns
and press related announcements.
JSSI will offer three distinct Alliance Program Member levels: Executive, Corporate and Fleet, and prospective Program Members are required to submit an application for acceptance into the program.
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