We have developed a relationship with the manufacturer that we believe will benefit both our company and our clients using Extron products
San Diego, Ca (PRWEB) February 04, 2015
Southern California programming company AV Programming Associates, Inc. (AVPA) recently announced their formal relationship with Extron Electronics as an Extron Qualified Independent Programmer (EQIP) company. While AVPA has historically been a top Crestron programming company, they recently took advantage of Extron’s new certification program for companies and the opportunities that it brings. This program allows companies, such as AVPA, to provide the best resources to projects for clients with Extron control systems.
In order to qualify as an EQIP company, companies are carefully scrutinized based on their business standards and their reputations as experienced, dependable service providers of Extron control solutions. Companies must also employ individuals who have achieved the Extron Control Professional certification. The staff at AVPA contains multiple individuals who have gone through the Extron Control Professional certification program and are able to successfully program and maintain Extron control systems.
Matthew Grisafe, President of AVPA, said, “During the second half of 2014, we began the process of becoming an EQIP company with Extron, as we mentioned in the last chapter of our book, Our Code: History, Practices & Processes of AVPA. We really took the time to become experts in Extron products and systems. We also developed a relationship with the manufacturer that we believe will benefit both our company and our clients using Extron products. We are excited to be able to offer a new level of expertise to our clients and are proud to have received the top certification available from this manufacturer.”
About Extron Electronics
Extron was launched in 1983 with a single product, and has since developed thousands of innovative AV solutions for a diverse and demanding global marketplace. They design and manufacture AV components that work together to convert, switch and distribute signals, and control entire AV systems from a single interface. Their products enable effective communication in a variety of presentation environments, such as classrooms, boardrooms, houses of worship, lecture halls, and control centers. Today they have 30 offices worldwide.
About AV Programming Associates, Inc.
AV Programming Associates (AVPA) is a Southern California-based company specializing in Extron and Creston programming for custom A/V and control systems in high-end environments. Since 2001, AVPA has completed more than 1,000 Crestron and Extron programming projects, including solutions for residences, hotels, universities, and government buildings. AVPA is able to provide programming and design support services for new control systems, as well as service existing systems. Find out more about AVPA on their website at http://www.avprogramming.com/about