A new multi-room demonstration and education facility, designed to benefit customers, suppliers, and integrators was unveiled yesterday at ISE. The Audiologic Learning Space was announced at a press event on the company’s stand in Hall 15; it will give Audiologic’s customers the opportunity to view product demonstrations; receive hands-on training (bespoke and generic); and work with Audiologic on project planning and product selection.
Audiologic sales and marketing director Andy Lewis said: “The Learning Space is another tangible commitment in offering our customers the best possible ongoing support.”
The Learning Centre is based at Audiologic’s headquarters in Harlow, England, and includes a main training area with a 4m 4K projection wall, and space for up to 16 people. Also available is a dedicated huddle space; a videoconferencing facility; and a boardroom with seating for up to 10 people.
Structured Cat6 cabling is used throughout all the spaces with HDMI switching between all the rooms.
Audiologic says that suppliers could benefit by customers having better access to their products, while integrators (and their customers) could arrange to see products in action.
“Anything that brings us closer to our customers is good for business, and presents us with an opportunity to demonstrate not only products but also the depth and breadth of expertise within the Audiologic team,” added Lewis.