Palatine, Ill. (PRWEB) March 9, 2009
Inspired Electronics, Inc. recently launched a commercial division to focus on the audio/video system needs of the commercial and institutional market. The commercial division provides digital signage, conference room projection systems, background music, televisions and game systems for bars, restaurants, stadiums, offices, patient waiting rooms, checkout areas, lobbies and schools.
"Businesses are finding that a positive audio/video experience can inspire repeat visits, purchases, and brand loyalty," says Rob Schultz, president of Inspired Electronics. Recent work includes the installation of more than 20 digital TV screens for the Schaumburg Flyers newly revamped Sports Lounge and skyboxes.
Schools represent another growth opportunity for the A/V business. "More and more classrooms in grade schools, high schools, and colleges are equipped with A/V technologies such as electronic white boards, LCD projectors and microphone systems to enhance the learning process," added Schultz.
To help organizations find the right solution for their environment, Schultz has hired William Stanczak as director of commercial sales. Stanczak brings more than 20 years of electrical engineering, project management and customer-focused experience to the role. He has the distinction of being one of Inspired Electronics' first customers. When his home audio system was installed, he recalls being impressed with the quality of the work and the overall customer experience. Prior to joining Inspired Electronics, Stanczak rose through the ranks at Motorola, where he was known for his strong interpersonal, collaborative and problem solving skills. "I love helping clients find a solution that meets both their needs and their budget," says Stanczak. Stanczak holds a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from Northwestern University.
"When considering A/V equipment for a business, it's important to design a system that will take into consideration factors such as lighting, the room's configuration and usage," says Schultz. Equipment designed for commercial use offers the durability necessary for the rigors of the business environment.
Schultz believes commercial installations are best left to audio/visual professionals, rather than electricians and handymen. "A/V pros have specialized training and tools which can help equipment last longer and perform better," contends Schultz.
In addition to the new hire, Inspired-Electronics will also be launching a new Web site for its commercial and industrial customers: http://www.inspired-electronics.com/commercial.
Organizations interested in exploring their options for new A/V systems should contact Bill Stanczak at 847-668-8831. Consumers interested in a free estimate on home theater, whole home audio, whole home automation should call 847-471-4420 or visit http://whttp://www.inspired-electronics.com.
Palatine-based Inspired Electronics, Inc. (http://www.inspired-electronics.com) designs, sells, installs and maintains audio/video systems for commercial, institutional and residential customers in the North and Northwest suburbs of Illinois. They are one of only a few companies in the state certified by the Home Acoustics Alliance for audio calibration and the Imaging Science Foundation for video calibration.