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PSNI Global Alliance reveals “impressive” annual statistics

More than 1400 projects completed over the past two years, leveraging the Alliance’s unique Certified Solution Provider network

PSNI Global Alliance, the global network of integrators and service providers, has announced “impressive” annual statistics from its three global leadership committees – with more than 1400 projects completed over the past two years leveraging the Alliance’s unique Certified Solution Provider (CSP) network.

With three committees covering Global Deployment, Global Managed Services and the Alliance’s Preferred Vendor and Emerging Technologies, PSNI has utilised its worldwide network to overcome numerous and considerable pandemic challenges in 2021.

“The essence of The Alliance is that we are stronger together,” explains Chris Miller, executive director of PSNI Global Alliance.  “Our combined and unique experiences and expanding ecosystem of technology solutions give us the advantage of a full spectrum of knowledge and resource.

“Our committees are made up of elite industry professionals in their sector, covering every corner of the globe. By utilising our CSP’s territory knowledge, local expertise, and history of innovation, we have been agile and flexible to the demands of the past year.”

Both the PSNI Global Deployment Committee and the PSNI Global Services Committee are responsible for the review and evaluation of global standardised processes, certifications, on-going training, and engagement.  Each committee applies their knowledge and expertise in service or integration to further support The Alliance’s customers on a local, regional, and global basis.

And while standardisation is a goal for PSNI’s Global Deployment and Services committees, PSNI’s PVP Committee is focused on the diverse skills and technologies it can bring to the table to achieve the best outcomes for its clients.  Over the past two years the committees have focused their mission to provide a global forum for information exchange and problem solving to ensure smooth and successful outcomes.

Tom Roberts

“Obviously, there have been huge challenges in supply chains, access and logistics,” said Tom Roberts, director of vendor programs for The Alliance (pictued). “But by working together, with experience at a global scale, we are able to forecast and develop new and creative solutions that keep our customers happy with less downtime.”

PSNI’s three Global Committee consists of leading CSPs from across the world, including Argentina, Canada, India, Mexico, Spain, UK, USA, China and Vietnam. To date, PSNI Global Alliance represents over 240 licensed service and integration offices around the globe covering 6 continents making it the largest global network of audiovisual integrators spanning the largest geographical area in the world.

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