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PSNI Global Alliance Strengthens North American Presence with Two 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 announcement of two new Certified Solution Providers (CSPs) in North America.

The introduction of Presentation Concepts Corporation (PCC) in the US and Matrix in Canada now sees PSNI’s licensed integration offices closing in on 200-strong worldwide, reinforcing its claim as the largest network of audio visual integrators covering the largest geographical area in the world.

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The introduction of Matrix to the PSNI network sees The Alliance now able to boast coast-to-coast coverage alongside its other CSPs in Canada. Matrix has been providing high-quality AV services to the region for over 27 years and will bring a wealth of experience to the PSNI territories of Calgary, Vancouver and Winnipeg.


Formed in 1997, Presentation Concepts Corporation (PCC) is a specialist AV integrator operating in upstate New York. Based in Syracuse, NY, they serve the educational, corporate and government markets and work closely with the region’s businesses and civic departments.

Chris Miller, Executive Director of PSNI Global Alliance spoke of his delight at the new partnerships: “These latest additions to our network further amplify our ‘stronger together’ ethos. With the welcome additions of PCC and Matrix, we are amplifying PSNI’s place as a truly global service provider, while reinforcing our North American presence.”

He adds: “PSNI represents licensed service and integration offices in 50 countries spanning across six continents. Alongside our best of breed manufacturer partners, we are confident that we have the resources, knowledge and passion to provide the highest standards of AV excellence, wherever you are in the world.”

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