Control Concepts

Creating Harmony By Understanding Personalities

No matter the company or situation, the relationship between sales and engineering is always strained.  Despite their need to work together the ability to find harmony is often a challenge.  Similarly, tensions also exist between other team roles or departments such as project management and programmers, or marketing and product development.  In each case, a […]

Control Concepts, Clockaudio & Symetrix Harmonize to Integrate Systems

Just as users expect seamless control from a single interface, AV integrators are seeking products that work together reliably and can be easily and efficiently programmed. One way to ensure compatibility and instill confidence in a successful integration is through the availability of control modules. Control Concepts’ relationship with Clockaudio Control Concepts recently worked with […]

We Appreciate Your Continued Trust in Us

We are thankful to our clients, partners and friends who helped make 2021 successful! We value those who put their trust in us and found value in our work and especially appreciate the efforts of our dedicated team who worked together to overcome challenges and ensure our clients’ needs were always met! Breaking down some numbers, we […]

Control Concepts Welcomes Brittany DiCesare

Successful businesses are built on trusting relationships, that establish community, fulfill needs, serve clients, and are inherently supportive throughout all phases of engagement. While these qualities can be captured in an organization’s core beliefs and strategy, there still needs to be an internal champion who carries the torch and responsibility of leading the charge toward […]

Future-proofing Programming Starts with Architecting Device Control

How often does an AV system get designed, commissioned, and programmed, and then never touched again? The answer is: Not often! AV systems must be adaptable to meet users’ changing needs. Starting with a “simple” design that meets current requirements, while keeping in mind the potential for future growth, always sounds like an effective strategy. […]

The Control Concepts team has expanded! Meet our Marketing Specialist – Emily Rocha

With the growing need for ease of integration between hardware, software, and control systems, AV manufacturers are turning to software developers like Control Concepts for help with middleware solutions including modules/drivers/plugins. In an effort to reach more AV manufacturers and software providers while continuing to serve the industry with the availability of software solutions and […]

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The Biggest Reward of InfoComm21

There’s nothing like the feeling of reuniting with your AV friends and family.  This was the sentiment of many who attended InfoComm21 in Orlando October 27-29. While it is accurate to say that there were several aspects of InfoComm21 that proved to be disappointing including the considerably lower attendance, the absence of big name players, […]

The Value of InfoComm

InfoComm has been a staple on the Control Concepts’ calendar since the company was founded in 1997.  Early to mid June is consistently reserved for a gathering of AV industry pros who come from across the globe to tell stories, share ideas, rekindle friendships, build business relationships, and learn from each other’s experiences.  Although some […]

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Why You Should Attend to InfoComm21!

Making the decision to attend a trade show in 2021 is a difficult one.  The lingering concerns over exposure to COVID, the reduced attendance for various reasons, and the concerns of committing time and money to something you are not sure will produce the results you are looking for can be nerve racking.  Despite all […]

Hear This: A Guide to Better Audio

What is arguably the most important aspect of a conferencing space that is often not given the attention it deserves? If you guessed “how the room sounds,” you are correct! Poor audio can make a break or break a conferencing space.  What’s the point of having a conferencing space if you can’t be heard clearly? […]