Electrosonic EMEA – an international audiovisual and technology services company that designs, builds, and supports innovative solutions – has qualified as an AVIXA AV Provider of Excellence (APEx).
AVIXA APEx is a marketing recognition program for integration companies and AV design consulting firms dedicated to upholding industry excellence by providing quality service to customers.
There are currently over 70 active APEx certified companies globally.
“The APEx designation gives AV companies a mark of distinction in the marketplace,” says David Labuskes (pictured, right), CTS, RCDD, who is executive director and CEO of AVIXA. “Customers of APEx companies can be confident of the AV provider’s professionalism and commitment to ongoing training, customer service and dedication to excellence.”
The rigorous APEx program recognises companies based on the number of employees holding key industry qualifications, and a positive response to an independent customer survey.
Fifteen percent of total employees must have attained AVIXA’s CTS certifications including the CTS for general expertise in AV, the CTS-D for specialisation in AV design and the CTS-I for specialisation in AV installation. APEx providers must also prove that they meet or exceed the requirements within two ANSI/INFOCOMM standards, the Standard Guide for Audiovisual Systems Design and Coordination Processes and the AV System Performance Verification Standard, to foster better communication between the AV provider and the client.
“Achieving the APEx designation is very important to us as a measure of Electrosonic’s commitment to our clients, the AV industry and to our employee learning and development programmes,” says Sarah Joyce, MD of Electrosonic EMEA. “Electrosonic prides itself on innovation, creativity and precision engineering while continually driving the AV industry forward. We are very proud to have exceeded the required number of CTS-certified employees and to have had many of our clients provide positive feedback on their Electrosonic experiences.”