Outwit, Outlast, Outplay
Supplies might be tight in all parts of the world, but what is still being made in droves is news. We’re here to specifically look at the commercial side of the AV industry and the stories that entail it. With us to do just that is Owner of Southtown AV Heather Sidorowicz, Lead of Global Corporate Real Estate Technology for Under Armour Nyere Hollingsworth, Executive Director at NSCA Tom Leblanc and Director of System Solutions for QSC Cory Schaeffer.
We return to the ever growing supply chain issue, this time coming from Apple reportedly unable to obtain enough parts to hit their manufacturing goals. The shortages in the supply chain are being felt not just in the AV industry but many businesses globally. What does this do for the AV users that are planning upgrades and looking into 2022? And for those distributors and integrators, how can we communicate to the clients about this situation and what can reasonably done for their projects?
Commercial Integrator expands on a session during NSCA’s Pivot to Profit event, “Networked Solutions that Differentiate & Drive Revenue,” discussing the future of a digital economy and AV as a service. How do integrators need to bridge that gap between AV and IT to get into AV as a service? Is there something manufacturers can do to make this an easier process, or is it up to the integrators to move to service? Looking at biggest hurdles within AV to get into recurring revenue for your business.
- AVNation studios production equipment provided by Shure and Vaddio.
- The charts from Anatomy of A Successful MSP mentioned by Tom can be found here.