The COVID-19 pandemic has forever altered the workplace and learning environments, catalyzing a transformation in how we collaborate. As a result, commercial AV stakeholders must grapple with a series of questions: How are companies pivoting? What technologies might attract people back into shared spaces? How can we make collaboration spaces more intuitive for users.
In this webcast, collaboration experts from leading global integrator AVI-SPL and display solutions leader Sharp/NEC offer insights into the latest trends, ranging from BYOD connectivity, to the move away from “walled garden” solutions and toward interoperability, to the growing power of interactive displays to create effective collaboration experiences.
What’s more, AVI-SPL and Sharp/NEC will offer insight into their multi-decade relationship, illuminating the power unleashed when integrators and vendors are strategically aligned. This extends to having the organizational infrastructure to pivot in uncertain times, responding to changes in how people work, learn and collaborate.
Key focus areas:
- The latest collaboration trends
- The shift toward agnostic solutions
- Sharp/NEC products’ ease of use and effectiveness
- How AVI-SPL and Sharp/NEC fulfill customer needs together
George A. Borden, Solution Sales Architect, Sharp NEC Display Solutions of America, Inc.
George Borden is the solution architect at SHARP/NEC Display Corporation. He brings over thirty years of successful technology sales and entrepreneurial leadership to SHARP/NEC. George works on solution projects, customer consultation, product demos and currently specializes in our interactive line of solutions.
Rodney Laney, CTS, DSE, DSDE, ISF-C, Vice President, Display Technology, AVI-SPL
As AVI-SPL’s Vice President of Display Technology, Rodney manages and develops productive relationships with display suppliers across all technologies and screen suppliers. He continually works with partners and their engineers to bring best-in-class products to the market and customers. Rodney joined AVI-SPL in 1996. During his tenure, he also managed AVI-SPL’s procurement and logistics teams and established the company’s customer service and product management departments.