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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, […]

Improving Project Hand-Off

When is a project complete? For some, completion is defined by satisfying requirements, receiving a sign off, or achieving client satisfaction. Although completion signifies a finish line associated with contracts, scope of work, payments, and a transition to move from one commitment to the next, completion of an installation simply marks the next phase in […]

Tips For a Strong Finish to Your Next Project

When a new AV project is announced, there is a remarkable amount of time, care, and effort invested during its infancy. Identifying needs, evaluating equipment, documenting requirements, and designing solutions are some of the critical steps during the initial planning phase. Significant attention is also paid to budgets, coordination of trades, negotiation of contracts, establishment […]

Maintaining Strong Business Relationships

The pursuit of relationships is a popular topic for discussion in the AV industry nowadays. Whether from the perspective of technology managers who seek a relationship-based partner rather than a transactional vendor, or AV services providers that are in pursuit of client relationships that yield positive results, appreciation, and repeat business; both parties must take […]

Bolstering Your Organization With AV Specialists

There is a growing movement of end-user organizations looking to handle all or most of their AV needs in-house. Whether this is due to the results they have been receiving, their need to manage tighter budgets, or the requirements for more responsive support, many technology managers are building AV teams to do design, integration, programming, […]