When designing AV technology solutions for our customers we focus on user experience, reliability, and functionality every time. What about how the technology fits in to the physical environment? Aesthetics are also very important. Read what Fae Sarshoghi has to say about this.......
If you're considering an investment in new Audio Visual Technology for your organisation, and you're not working with an Independent AV Expert, then you're making a big mistake. I guarantee you'll be setting yourself up to waste tens if not hundreds of thousands of dollars, depending on the size of the project. You'll also be wasting a lot of your precious time.
A customer that we had worked with a number of years ago called me last week and asked if I might be able to help his friend who ran a small financial business based out of Sydney, Australia. He mentioned that the business had recently expanded into a few new locations and all of a sudden had a need for video conferencing. They were confused by the myriad of options in this space and needed the advice of an expert. I told him that I was more than happy to assist and by that same afternoon had made contact with John from the small financial business.
At konnectus we have the good fortune to work with many medium to large organisations across different sectors and develop the optimal AV technology solutions to meet their specific needs. Our experience from working with our customers has taught us many things and if there is one single process that always leads to positive outcomes it would be to take the time to conduct a Proof of Concept (POC) before investing in a large rollout or investment in new AV technology.
Effective communication is so important when working on complex projects with multiple stakeholders and team members. Adrian Magno from konnectus shares in this article some insights from his direct experience working on Audio Visual projects. Definitely worth a read as I am sure we can all relate to some of the situations he found himself in.
In your opinion, what makes an AV and Technology consultant truly useful? Should they be experts in their technical field? This is definitely important. What about their ability to understand the people and organisations that they serve? Should they be experts in this area? Personally, I have found this skill set ends up being the most useful for our customers, and leads to the best outcomes. In this article, Adrian Magno of konnectus shares his view on this topic based on his years of experience as an AV and Technology consultant.
Have you ever sat in a meeting room and found yourself concentrating very hard to try and clearly understand what is being said? It is a common issue, and caused by the room's acoustics not being quite right. Alex Frew of konnectus shares some practical and simple to follow advice to ensure your room has optimum acoustics for meetings.
In an age where buying direct and online for just about everything these days is on the steep rise, Adrian Magno of konnectus points out some key reasons why this might not always be a great idea for every business transaction. Partnering with an expert to assist you with your AV technology projects can save you money in the long run.
When you hire a professional in any field, what are you hiring them for? To simply take your order based on the instructions you give them? Or do you hire them for their unique experience and expertise? I am guessing for most of you it is the latter. You are not the expert, and you don’t truly know what you need. You don’t know what you don’t know...