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PSNI Global Alliance adds four new Certified Solution Providers

TULSA, Okla. – PSNI Global Alliance, the global network of premier technology integrators and service providers, has further reinforced its global presence with the addition of four new Certified Solution Providers (CSPs) to its worldwide network.

Chris Miller, Executive Director of PSNI Global Alliance spoke of his delight at the new partnerships: “As we emerge from the challenges of COVID-19, we are confident that we have the best partners in the world alongside us – continuing to raise the standards for AV excellence by unifying our strengths. These new additions to PSNI Global Alliance further cement our place as a truly global service provider, now covering 50 countries, where our combined assets are second to none.”

The four newest Certified Solution Providers that were vetted for the PSNI network of providers include Techsvit – based in the Ukraine – who specialize in IT-integrated applications, covering vertical markets from Education through to Retail and the Workplace. With mobile flexibility now more important than ever, Techsvit’s expertise in cloud-based solutions is expected to be a strong asset to the region as business enters a post-Covid world.

Rome-based Team Office has 30 years’ experience in digital signage and unified communications and are renowned for promoting industry standards (operating to UNI 11799: 2020 standard) in the Italian capital and beyond.

Smart AudioVisual, located in Zagreb, Croatia, was founded in 2014, and is divided in three specialties: Smart AV, Smart Net and Smart Sense. The AV group specializes in professional AV, broadcast and digital cinema installations, including IPTV infrastructure, eSport and gaming infrastructure systems, and advanced projection techniques.

Solotech, located throughout North America, has an enviable reputation in live events – with clients such as Céline Dion, P!nk,  Elton John and the Weeknd to name just a few – as well as system integration and solution sales across all vertical markets.

To date, PSNI Global Alliance represents nearly 200 licensed service and integration offices around the globe, tipping the scales in 50 countries spanning six continents making it the largest global network of audiovisual integrators covering the largest geographical area in the world.

To learn more about PSNI Global Alliance or membership to the network please visit


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