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AMX names Saville as top performer

Ian McMurray 13 October 2010
AMX names Saville as top performer

At a ceremony last week, integrator Saville Audio Visual was named as AMX Europe’s top performing Advantage Partner. In recognition of this achievement, the company was presented with a Brawn GP F1 shirt, signed by Jenson Button and Rubens Barrichello.

According to AMX, the Advantage Partner scheme was introduced to recognise and reward installers who have embraced AMX technology, and who share AMX’s commitment to the industry, to training and to working in the spirit of partnership.

AMX Europe sales director, Jonathan Mangnall, was on hand to present Saville Audio Visual with their prize. "In giving this accolade, we recognise not only the hard work and efforts of all those at Saville, but also acknowledge the contribution they have made to our own success," he said. "Their performance and achievements over the last year reflect the extent of their commitment to AMX and we are proud to call them a partner."

Over the last 12 months Saville has installed solutions featuring AMX technology at a number of high profile organisations including RWE npower, Derby Royal City Hospital, Madeley Academy, BP Drilling Ace, University of Coventry and BUPA.

"Saville and AMX’s relationship goes back a long way," said Colin Etchells (pictured), group technical manager at Saville Audio Visual. "Over the last year, we have worked closely with the AMX sales team to supply and install product from the full breadth of the AMX portfolio. AMX’s low key approach fits the ethos of the Saville Group and during this successful period both companies gained a better understanding of how to maximise opportunities as part of a mutually beneficial partnership."
 

www.amxeurope.com
www.saville.co.uk

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