Providing a consistent experience
GN Audio will be acquiring Altia Systems. What it means to bring companies together from different markets, and what this means for the Panacast cameras. Cory Schaeffer sees this as a play for the huddle room space and going after Logitech.
Datapath is expanding its international customer support. What it takes to serve customers and dealers globally. We mentioned the PSNI Supersummit end-user live stream Tim Albright hosted. Here is where you can find the stream. Organizations like PSNI is pooling like-minded dealers to maintain the standard of quality around the globe. Luke Jordan talks about his company’s decision to stick to what they do well locally and turning down work if customers want to go global.
Upgrading audio solutions for houses of worship as they grow and expand. How integrators can help in this market space. One way is to provide an honest assessment of where your client is and turning down work if it won’t best fit your client. “Harvard turns away a lot of students.”
Gina Sansivero and Cory Schaeffer joined us during ISE 2019 in Amsterdam. If you would like to visit Amsterdam while on an audiovisual business trip, next year would be your year as the show moves to Barcelona in 2021.
Links to sources:
- AVNation studios production equipment provided by Shure and Vaddio.
- Coverage of Altia Systems’ Panacast cameras from ISE 2019 can be found here.
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