Every year, global enterprises spend millions on AV technology. The costs cover everything from group presentations, connectivity for laptops and office signage to special rooms, flexible spaces and control desks. None of these costs are centrally managed. How can you track, let alone control them?
Traditionally, AV/VC is procured locally on an individual project-by-project basis. Across your estate, you could have hundreds of contracts with different providers. Are you maximising economies of scale and optimising your purchasing power?
Are you able to collect your AV/VC asset data? Is it up to date? Do you have clarity on what is working and what isn’t? How are you managing and planning the lifecycle of your assets?
Do you rely on having engineers dispatched to site, often out of hours? Do you lack centralised spares holdings? It all adds up to expensive AV/VC service. In fact, the costs may deter you from having any cover at all. If so, are your users frustrated, your real estate under-utilised and your internal support teams (such as IT support) under value-draining pressure?
Delivering consistent, high-quality experiences at an affordable cost depends on two factors. 1. An approach that supports the unique needs of each space. 2. Deploying standardised technology within a standardised management framework. To achieve these, you need to be able to answer these questions:
Our establishment and consistent application of standards to each project, our system integrator selection and management, and our system support for multiple projects globally all combine to absorb significant resources:
Find out how we can help you to implement and support your enterprise-wide AV strategies.