Normandy School Collaborative Partners with Tech Electronics to Upgrade Network
Collaborative invests $1.2 million into IT network to support modern learning environment
St. Louis, MO (February 17, 2017) – selected Tech Electronics for its district-wide network infrastructure upgrade. The Collaborative is investing $1.2 million into replacing its current IT infrastructure. The project awarded in early February is slated for completion by this Spring.
Technology Services Provider Starts 2017 with Expansion into New Region
St. Louis, MO (January 31, 2017) – United by a common business culture, Tech Electronics, has acquired . Both companies are privately-owned manufacture-certified installers of Notifier fire alarm systems with strong presences in the construction industry.
Scott Knapp, Director of, represented Tech Electronics in the St. Louis Business Journal’s Table of Experts: Education. From and physical to the future of classrooms, Knapp and other industry experts discuss the pressing issues in education today.
Springfield, MO (June 21, 2016) – Tech Electronics of Springfield announces new hire to serve the education market. Steve Russell joins the company as an Education Account Manager, responsible for generating new business in Southern Missouri and providing current customers with the latest in communication, classroom, and life safety technology.
It’s a new world for long-term care providers, and the competition is fierce. As digitally connected children search for homes for their aging baby boomer parents, a technically inclined generation themselves, LTC decision makers have found themselves actively engaged in an amenities war. One amenity game-changer is facility-wide quality, wireless coverage – from dining rooms to individual apartments.
Tech Electronics of Columbia Provides Technology Solutions for Boone County Emergency Communication Center
Columbia, MO (June 8, 2016) – Tech Electronics of Columbia provides technology solutions for the new Boone County Emergency Communication Center. The new $12.8 million facility, completed June 8, includes 500K in state-of-the-art communication and life safety technology.