R.I.-based Carousel Industries has gone from sharing a phone line with a nearby deli the founders also owned to a half-billion-dollar endeavor that continues to find new ways to meet customers’ needs.
Sensory Technologies’ unique growth strategy is made possible by its industry-atypical command of managed services, KPIs and top-down management.
Bold decisions, rethinking project management, sticking with custom roots and reevaluating everything about the integration business, we look back at a year’s worth of CI Profiles.
A series of acquisitions and a leadership change helped turn Diversified, an already-powerful industry leader, into our 2016 Integrator of the Year.
U.S. Air Force veteran David Salley started New York-based DasNet to maintain services as AT&T was abandoning its Middle East operations. You think your company has challenges? Try navigating Middle East politics.
Casaplex’s non-traditional team of non-AV-type-employees has added up to an AV integration firm that can do things with products that others simply can’t.
Advanced’s splintered approach to the market serves the unique needs of customers and creates new opportunities across Canada and U.S.
At its core Genesis Integration is a traditional firm, but that isn’t stopping it from embracing cloud video managed services.
Westbury National isn’t your run-of-the-mill integration firm. It charges more for projects than many competitors, but steady growth and continued success have proved the approach works.
Under an Employee Stock Ownership Plan, Unified AV has rectified what could have been a fatal flaw in its project management structure to become one of the model integration firms in the industry.
Find out how the latest generation of KVM systems compare to what you know about KVM technology and how they can be integrated into control rooms.
Free webinar on April 19th, presented by ZeeVee, challenges integration firms to weigh the benefits of standards-based AV over IP versus more labor-intensive matrix switches.