Pro Sound and AV
Digital Signage has become something of a buzzword in recent years, particularly in the commercial space, but this is no short-lived trend. You’ve likely noticed businesses across multiple industries turning to digital displays, and the reasons are clear. Whether you’re looking for visibility, versatility or a more interactive customer experience, digital messaging provides numerous advantages over traditional, static signage.
One of the biggest trends of recent years in the business has been that collaboration is more important than ever. The ability to connect and share ideas, whether with teammates or customers, is crucial to staying productive.
By: Kurt Canova, President of Tech Electronics
At surface level, nearly all business owners and decision makers understand that adaptability is a useful trait – at least enough to pay lip-service to the idea of pursuing it. Buzzwords and phrases like “nimble,” “agile” and “turn on a dime” are nearly inescapable in the business world these days. But when the rubber meets the road, it is often human nature to emphasize comfort and familiarity, and lean on pre-existing plans.
By, Joe Dorsey, Director of Professional Audio Visual Technologies
In today’s increasingly connected world, collaboration is at the heart of any commercial business, no matter what good or service you provide. Teams often need to share ideas and iterate from separate offices in different states and sometimes different countries. Customers are accustomed to seeing high-quality presentations and giving direct feedback.
By: Joe Dorsey
For many educators, the rapid technological growth of the digital era has presented unique challenges. Ask a high school teacher, and you’re likely to hear about students distracted by their phones, conditioned to multiple screens and constant streams of content.
Tech Electronics, a St. Louis based Managed Systems Services Partner, was selected as the premier technology solutions provider for the new City Foundry STL. The first phase of the mixed-use development will include close to $1 million in communication and life safety technology.
University High School
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.
The global professional Audio/Visual (A/V) industry is expected to total $114 billion by 2016. With that much money being spent, how do you make certain that your company is getting the best value for the technology you need to enhance your business? It’s simple – select an A/V business partner who can effectively demonstrate the value of those A/V systems to you. Here are some things to consider as you start the process: