InfoComm’s New Performance Checklist
New assessment tool helps to calculate system performance and satisfaction of client objectives.

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InfoComm Checklist
InfoComm's new 11-page performance checklist was developed with input from industry experts from around the world.
January 11, 2013 By Aaron Stern

InfoComm International announced the creation of a new resource developed by and for its members.

The Audiovisual Systems Performance Verification Checklist is intended to provide owners, consultants and integrators with comprehensive verification criteria to determine if the A/V system achieves the client’s objectives and is performing in accordance with the system design. It features 162 criteria and was developed in a consensus-building style by industry analysts and experts from across the globe.

“By creating and distributing this checklist, InfoComm has met its longstanding goal of establishing verification guidelines to help industry professionals and their clients communicate effectively about mutual expectations for system performance,” says David Labuskes, the new executive director and CEO of InfoComm International. “I urge the industry to adopt this list as a basis to foster better communication between the A/V industry and the people who rely on our systems.”

To download the checklist, click the photo below.

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Prior to becoming the managing editor of CI, Aaron was a content editor for TechDecisions. As a reporter he has covered local, national and international news. Follow him on Twitter: @aarondstern.
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