Meet the 2014 CI Industry Leaders
CI recognizes these 50 firms as the top integrators serving 12 key verticals and analyzes how to succeed and fail in each.
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Our overwhelming goal with 2014 CI Industry Leaders is to highlight firms that are worthy of being followed—integrators that are doing dynamic things within the markets they serve.

Commercial Integrator and TechDecisions editorial staffs have encapsulated a handful of firms focused on 12 key verticals. These are not lists of the highest-revenue integrators in each market. That’s the essence of a CI Industry Leader. It’s what allows a $600,000 revenue firm like Serious Audio Video to be covered alongside $555M AVI-SPL. Both are industry leaders worth following for very different reasons.

Check out the 2014 CI Industry Leaders. Let us know what firms you think should have been included.

The fun part of CI Industry Leaders comes in learning from trends among these 50 integration firms. Of those that submitted revenue data, 2014 CI Industry Leaders earned an average of $50.3M in 2013.

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