Industry Research

The Industry Research section is exclusive research brought to you by NSCA, including the Electronic Systems Outlook biannual report, Labor Installation Standard, Compensation & Benefits report, Financial Analysis of the Industry report, and Guide to State Licensing.

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Sales Compensation Plans & Benchmarks 2016 Edition

This 2016 report is based on a three-year project that involved compiling, evaluating, and comparing various sales compensation plans from some of our most successful NSCA members. Compare a variety of sales compensation plans used to determine overall sales staff income, and see how the plans correlate to company profitability.

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2015 Financial Analysis of the Industry Report

This biennial research tracks and benchmarks key financial ratios among NSCA member integrators. This allows member companies to compare themselves to companies of similar size and to the industry overall. See sample data or get member access to the current report.

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Electronic Systems Outlook: Winter Edition 2015

This NEW biannual report (summer and winter) provides industry professionals with trends in electronic systems and commercial construction. The Electronic Systems Outlook will aid in budgeting, determining new opportunities, showing lending institutions the strength of the industry, and more.

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Electronic Systems Outlook: Summer Edition 2015

This NEW biannual report (summer and winter) provides industry professionals with trends in electronic systems and commercial construction. The Electronic Systems Outlook will aid in budgeting, determining new opportunities, showing lending institutions the strength of the industry, and more.

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Guide To State Licensing

This report is designed to provide members of the commercial electronic systems industry with a general reference of state laws that govern the installation of low-voltage systems. It provides a snapshot overview and state code for each U.S. state. The research conducted in this publication reflects changes in state and administrative statutes through December 2014. The Guide to State Licensing is presented for informational purposes only and is not intended to be legal advice. Other laws, rules, and legal principles may apply to your company.

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Compensation & Benefits Report

As part of the National Systems Contractors Association’s (NSCA) regular research investigations of the commercial electronic systems industry, the Association conducts a compensation and benefits survey. This survey is an on-going research program to track and benchmark compensation and benefit data for a variety of key positions within the industry.

 

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Labor Installation Standard

This research provides integrators with a tool to benchmark business, assist with job costing, and aid sales personnel in correctly estimating and closing projects. Inside this report, you’ll find the average labor hours required to complete a vast array of tasks for multiple low-voltage systems.

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