Why Choose Us?
We understand that there are other AV integrators who you can call. What we have learned along the way from our loyal customers is that they are not all created equal. We are specialists who ensure our technology, processes, and staff are the most knowledgeable and efficient resource to serve you. We have a pulse on the present and an outlook to the future. We are not content to be idle and react to the industry trends, but are driven to steer the direction of AV-IT convergence and embrace the vast changes ahead in the field. We are a comprehensive provider for all of your AV, IT, and Communication needs. Please contact us to learn more. We are here to help.
At Conference Technologies, Inc., our biggest asset is our people. We have developed an organizational culture where the best and the brightest AV experts show up to work each day to employ their passion and knowledge of technology with those who need solutions. This creative atmosphere helps them apply and share their skills with clients who seek systems in business, education, government, healthcare, non-profit and other sectors around the world.
Since we began in 1988, our goal has been to provide custom, superior technology services. These include design, engineering, training, and support for professional audio, video, visual, and control systems. Our model has also evolved to develop IP network design, video conferencing, web casting, collaborative systems, and unified communications as technology continues to advance.
Our executive leaders are committed to the relationships they have formed throughout the industry with vendors, clients, and trade partners. Everyone in the Conference Technologies, Inc. team understands that they are a network of professionals whose purpose is to provide AV solutions while utilizing the experience and training from their respective backgrounds. The result is a diverse team with rich knowledge from all aspects of technology in engineering design, IT, media, and installation, located all over the country.
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