CEDAR RAPIDS, IA, March 25, 2015 — NSCA is excited to announce its partnership with Ft. Lauderdale, FL-based API Processing to help integrators navigate state licensing requirements.
Integrators often struggle with understanding, completing, and maintaining all of the necessary licenses required for the work they’re doing across the country. Applications can be denied due to mistakes or lack of required documentation.
“Licensing laws are just one more item on a long list of things integrators have to manage and keep track of,” says Chuck Wilson, NSCA’s executive director. “Our partnership with API will allow NSCA members to let dedicated licensing experts manage the entire process for them, giving them one less thing to worry about so they can focus on their core business and customers.”
Through this partnership, NSCA members will be able to access API’s services and gain assistance with applications and licensing laws, ensuring compliance and application approval. Available services will include:
- Electrical and alarm contracting licenses
- Assistance with application processing
- Business licensing services
“We’re thrilled to be partnering with NSCA and helping systems integrators through the licensing processes they need to follow,” says Dawn Johnson, president and founder of API. “With more than a decade of experience in the licensing industry, we can handle any licensing issue or requirement.”
For more information about NSCA’s partnership with API, call 800.446.6722.
NSCA is the leading not-for-profit association representing the commercial low-voltage electronic systems industry. NSCA is a powerful advocate for all who work within the low-voltage industry, including systems contractors/integrators, product manufacturers, consultants, sales representatives, architects, specifying engineers, and other allied professionals. NSCA is dedicated to serving its contractor members and all channel stakeholders through advocacy, education, member services, and networking designed to improve business performance. For more information, visit www.nsca.org.