It’s mid-year 2013, and businesses across the US continue to show signs of growth. The latest economic figures from the U.S. Commerce Department show that from January through March, the US economy grew 2 percent, as a result of increased hiring in business, better consumer spending and renewed confidence in home prices.
As businesses continue to hire in greater numbers, companies are opening up budgets to invest in audio-visual solutions for sharing company information, gaining new customers and building new partnerships.
Products like digital displays, multimedia projectors and projection screens, LCD displays, control systems and speakers are gaining broader use in company daily operations. Systems and IT professionals from companies are working alongside marketing teams and company talent executives to best utilize investments in digital displays for plants and factories, for instance. Company communications teams are integrating technology control systems for company meeting spaces.
Projectors and Displays
Let’s focus on how businesses are using projectors and displays. Companies can use digital projectors in corporate boardrooms and meetings rooms for single presentations. In larger, more interactive setups include multiple projectors/displays providing teleconferencing opportunities, split-screen visual presentations and more innovations for digital display solutions.
Some companies are taking their audio-visual needs a step further and setting up broadcast-quality control rooms on site. This is a strong way of ‘controlling the message’ for corporations, as a team of engineers and operators are creating digital content programming for the company, using company presentations, CEO messaging, press and media information, manufacturing guidelines and more.
The opportunities and creativity involved in setting up audio-visual projects for a company can be beyond many managers’ heads. That’s why it’s important for corporations looking to invest in a fully integrated audio-visual system to work with a corporate AV integration company like CCS Presentation Systems.
CCS provides full-service integration, installation and maintenance of audio-visual solutions for companies and corporations. Presenting the latest innovations in LCD & plasma displays, digital projectors, interactive whiteboards, room control systems, audio systems and more gives CCS the edge you need when investing in digital technology. And you’re working with a proven systems integrators. CCS is one of the largest US integrators of audio-visual systems, with sales offices in 13 states and annual revenue in excess of $115 million. For more information about CCS, visit http://220.127.116.11.
Digital audio-visual solutions for corporations will grow in efficiency and productivity. Access to digital content on a number of devices (work computers, smartphones, multimedia tablets, or other mobile media devices) will soon be accessible to employees, customers, partners and more. It’s time to invest.