‘We grow your business or you don’t pay’ is Ravi Abuvala's noteworthy promise on almost all Remote Integrator Masterclass ads. He claims to teach a system used by 441 people who are all making 6-figures monthly through this method. The best part is that you don’t have to start a business, sell products, or become an affiliate for someone.
How does it work? The remote integration business model identifies a bottleneck in an existing system. And then suggests a copy-and-paste solution that would save the company thousands of dollars. Ravi never goes in-depth with the 'hows'. But he claims it made him $9 million in just 3 years. Remote Integrator isn't cheap. The masterclass costs $997, and the program costs $7,000 to $7,500. Upsells cost $1,000 for tools and VA services. There's a 30-day money-back guarantee on the masterclass, but none on the program.
Ravi Abuvala made two 7-figure businesses: Scaling with Systems and Remote Integrator Academy. He was born in Atlanta but grew up in the sunny city of Dustin, Florida. According to his LinkedIn, he graduated Cum Laude from Florida State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Government. After graduation, he briefly worked for Governor Rick Scott and worked part-time at his brother's Italian restaurant. What's odd is that a guru who claims to be an expert in remote integration does not have a background in business or tech. His debut in the online space was only in 2016 when he launched Prospect Social, a lead generation program that taught real estate agents how to use social media for leads. Ravi is dubbed the 'law school dropout turned multimillionaire' because he left law school to pursue an online career.
Remote Integrator Masterclass and the Remote Integrator Business Model
Remote Integrator Masterclass is an introductory course offered by Remote Integrator Academy, launched in 2021. It promises to get high-paying clients within 90 days and make $10 million annually through a simple process. The goal is to create an internal marketing system that brings new clients on autopilot. Some of Ravi's well-known clients are Jeff Sekinger from 0 Percent, John Tesh from The John Tesh Radio Show, Kevin Harrington from Shark Tank, and Zak Williams & Justin Oglesby from Conversionly.
Is Ravi and Remote Integrator legit? There are online debates on this topic. Trustpilot rates the course a 4.6 out of 5. But a 1-star comment caught my attention. It's from a guy named Dick Cichanowicz, a systems integrator for over 20 years, who claims to be a student of the course. He shared that despite hustling for 3 months in the program, he's nowhere near a stable and consistent income. To be fair, different factors affect results. There's an abundance of good reviews apart from a few negative ones.
Ravi Abuvala is a great salesperson, but he practices shady sales tactics. None of the ads talk about the skills he’ll teach in the course. Instead, it focuses on claims and overstated promises. The price of the course is also not revealed upfront. You need to book a call with his team for the details. Despite the lack of transparency, a good amount of students still like what they're getting. Among them is Jason Farr, a tech business owner who closed a $17,000/month deal just two months into the program.
Remote integration can be profitable. The average monthly income of remote integrators in the US is $8,269. It's a growing industry expected to grow by 9,481 million at the end of 2027. However, the business model has obvious issues of its own. And, becoming an integrator is much more complex than what Ravi promises. No one can become an expert remote integrator overnight. Most integrators study for years to earn a degree and become one. Streamlining business processes takes extensive knowledge, experience, and the right skill set. Something that's hard to coach through a virtual platform. And, although Ravi says this is not a get-rich-quick system, it’s exactly what his ads imply.
Is it the right business model for beginners? Probably not. But, if you have a background in tech and systems integration, the course could help you monetize your expertise. After all, you can always go after Ravi's ‘we grow your business or you don’t pay’ promise if it doesn't work out for you.