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AVaaS, is an alternative model to access audio and video solutions at all times; allows a Company to acquire Audio and Video Equipment, Wireless Collaboration, Internal Communication, Microphony, Telephony, etc. through a monthly subscription, without having to make large investments in purchasing equipment or frequent updates.
Here are 12 managed AV service takeaways from industry experts that every integration company should be thinking long and hard about.
Offering AV as a Service to customers gives integrators more control over their business and can bring in more stable revenue.
Editor-At-Large Craig MacCormack asks Bobby Swartz, President of Starin Marketing what the keys to success are in fostering more service revenue.
AV Week panel looks at the complexities of shifting your business to an AVaaS model and the dangers that come with ignoring it.
Many in the AV integration world have been talking about AVaaS for years. The problem is some don’t even realize it. What’s the future of AV as a Service?
AV as a service contracts begin with your sales reps! What to tell them to have better crucial conversations on episode 38 of pro AV podcast, AV+.
CI Summit panelists say selling AV as a service is more about repackaging and talking to your customers in new ways than launching something entirely new.
Netrix owns and operates the collaboration equipment at this client’s corporate HQ, giving them the advantage of AV as a Service revenue.
Paul Konikowski of PK Audiovisual sums up AV as a Service succinctly and as a customer demand opportunity that the AV industry should embrace.