TEKVOX is doing very important work in making audio/visual systems affordable, supportable and energy-efficient.
Austin, Texas (PRWEB) November 19, 2014
TEKVOX, an innovative supplier of IT-managed audio/visual solutions for corporate and education applications, announced today that it has closed a Series A equity funding led by the Central Texas Angels network.
“This is an important step on our journey to broaden the impact of TEKVOX’s innovative technology and we are proud to win with the support of the successful entrepreneurs in CTAN,” said Jim Reinhart President and CEO of TEKVOX. “San Angelo's Concho Valley Angel Network, CVAN, also participated and we look forward syndicating this with other Texas groups as well.”
TEKVOX offers Drop-In solutions for standard classrooms and conference rooms, dual display applications, room combining environments as well as innovative collaboration and active learning set ups. TEKVOX delivers these solutions pre-configured and optionally pre-installed in UL-listed enclosures saving hours in complex assembly and custom programming.
“TEKVOX is doing very important work in making audio/visual systems affordable, supportable and energy-efficient,” said Rick Timmins, CTAN Chairman. "Making automated network management of A/V systems the norm rather than the exception fulfills the dream of the ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) mission with a tangible economic benefit. Every school and business that uses audio/visual systems needs to know about TEKVOX.”
TEKVOX (Web: http://www.tekvox.com) is a private Texas company creating innovative management, control and collaboration solutions for education, corporate, worship, government, military and retail facilities where audio-visual (A/V) technologies are widely deployed. TEKVOX solutions offer IT automation, autonomous energy management and substantial savings in installation and operating cost.