HAUPPAUGE, NY – August 2, 2012 – IVCi, LLC (www.ivci.com), a leading integrator and provider of unified communications (UC) solutions, announced today it has renewed as an InfoComm International Diamond Certified Audio Visual Solutions Provider (CAVSP). This designation recognizes that a percentage of the company’s sales, customer service and technical staff have achieved and maintained individual InfoComm Certification.
InfoComm awards individual Certification to audio visual (AV) professionals who have demonstrated knowledge and comprehension of the science and technology used in communications including audio, video, display and systems. Technicians, engineers, designers, salespeople, customer service personnel, managers and executives are eligible to take the individual certification test.
“The audio visual industry is experiencing rapid and exciting changes,” said Tim Hennen, IVCi’s Senior Vice President of Audio Visual. “To address these advances and maintain our leadership position we continue to invest in our talented in-house staff. As a team we are completing the highest levels of training and certification available in the industry, which is reflected in our recent InfoComm Diamond level renewal. This strategy has allowed us to develop a portfolio of cloud-based services and innovative audio visual solutions that maximize our customers’ collaboration successes.”
“A CAVSP designation gives AV companies a competitive advantage in the marketplace,” said Randal A. Lemke, Ph.D., InfoComm International’s Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer. “Customers of audiovisual communications and presentation systems can be confident of professionalism and an aspiration to excellence when working with these companies that have invested in education and training to stay current on the latest AV technologies and techniques.”
The company-level CAVSP recognition program is the only such program available for the commercial audiovisual industry. In addition to confirming that a percentage of the company’s employees are InfoComm certified and have completed important coursework, the [Diamond, Emerald or Sapphire] CAVSP designation means that [your company or organization name] has agreed to comply with 10 Standards of Excellence developed in collaboration with industry experts to emphasize the best practices of audiovisual businesses.
The Standards of Excellence are a guidepost for audiovisual companies and professionals who place the customer first and offer quality audiovisual solutions. They include the commitment to provide complete customer satisfaction with audiovisual solutions that provide value to the client. They convey the importance that audiovisual solutions providers place on their own skills development through continuing education. They also cover the critical role that audiovisual professionals play as partners with IT specialists, architects, building managers and others.
IVCi, LLC is a leader in the design, installation, and support of unified communications (UC) solutions and cloud-based video services. Through innovative products and services, IVCi’s mission is to effortlessly unify people and ideas. Visit www.ivci.com or connect with IVCi on Twitter, Facebook, and Linkedin.
About InfoComm International
InfoComm International is the industry leader in certification for AV communications professionals. InfoComm’s Certified Technology Specialist and Certified Technology Specialist – Installation are the only audiovisual certification programs accredited by the International Organization for Standardization’s (ISO) United States representative, the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).. Also recognized by the U.S. National Certification Commission and accepted by the U.S. Veterans Administration for reimbursement under the Montgomery G.I. Bill, InfoComm certification programs are designed to establish and maintain widespread credibility for the audiovisual industry and the professionals who perform the work. The company-level CAVSP designation recognizes professionalism and expertise achieved through professional development, training, and commitment to the certification of employees. For additional information visit www.infocomm.org.