More than 14 years of commercial relationships with some of our brands proves that we are in it for the long haul. In some ways, our development as a distributor has followed the steps of the audiovisual industry itself.
We started with video capture and streaming over the Internet, then switched over to mobile networks. We added transcoding, recording, storage and media playout. We saw the audiovisual industry change from broadcast to ProAV, ands kept learning.
“Making sense of information”
Now we are in the era of big data and cloud services, where multiple sources of dynamic information can be monitored equally from a control room or a tablet.
We are also seeing the rise of unified communications and collaborative workplaces which combine the real world and the virtual, and where expertise may be drawn from anywhere in the world.
“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”
But whenever we look for a brand to distribute, we always look at our clients’ needs and not at the technology per se.
- Is the company solvent?
- Are its’ products reliable?
- Are they easy to use and maintain?
- Will they help our clients save money, or make money?
- Does the vendor respond quickly to a query or technical bug?
We are proud to report that we have a level of returns inferior to 0, 2% . That’s one in every 500 products sold: good for us, good for our customers and good for our partners.