How an AV Managed Services Partner Can Help
You might say that AV technology deployment has always been a few steps behind IT deployment. The reasons for this are varied, but some of it stems from the technology itself. Information technology hardware and software shifted from purely proprietary technology islands to more standardized, interoperable platforms earlier than audio-visual technology. In that process, standards and management systems grew up around IT to help manage scaled, rapid deployment of these systems.
For better or (mostly) worse, AV technology did not benefit from the same technology standardization until much later. AV equipment and systems, for the most part, have not benefitted from management standards and technology like SNMP, which helps monitor and manage large numbers of connected devices. As a result, large-scale AV deployments have always been more difficult to manage and support. While that’s changing, many other challenges have contributed to the difficulties in AV deployment, whether it’s in a Phoenix corporate campus or around the world. Let’s examine these in more detail below and explore how managed deployment services can help.
Is Your Conferencing and Meeting Infrastructure Keeping Up with Your Business?
Your business never stands still; it is always evolving and changing. Even if your business is stable and not high-growth, change is inevitable. Industries, partners, suppliers, and customers all evolve, grow, and change, and technology influences much of it. You may still do some business via fax machines, but is that tool as indispensable as it once was 30 years ago? The tools of your trade must grow and adapt with you.
One of your business’s key tools is AV technology. Your meeting spaces, conference rooms, executive boardrooms, and training rooms all employ various communication and collaboration technologies to work internally and with outside constituencies. Is your business keeping up with the investments needed for today’s collaboration? The right AV design and strategy can keep your Tempe, AZ, and worldwide facilities up to speed with the needs and speeds of today's business.
Keep reading below to learn more about how documented AV design standards enable your enterprise AV infrastructure to scale and adapt to current and future business challenges.
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Mesa, Arizona, June 3rd, 2019 — Level 3 Audiovisual is pleased to announce that Brad Peterson, Jeremy Elsesser, Lisa Hale, Leah Merly, Maria Cody, and Trisha Smith have received PSNI Global Deployment certification.
NEED A GLOBAL AV DEPLOYMENT? LEVEL 3 AV CAN HELP
Your business is global and that means you need partners that are too. Already a player in the international market, Level 3 AV has recently grown their global reach by joining the PSNI Global Alliance, the premier worldwide network of audiovisual integrators. Level 3 AV also received the PSNI global deployment certification, and recently acquired New York-based AVR, an industry leader in system testing and verification. All this positions Level 3 AV to provide a consistent and standard experience for clients all over the world. The company put all these partnerships to use deploying two recent international projects, one in Hiroshima, Japan and another in Bengaluru, India.