The National Systems Contractors Association (NSCA) is participating in TEC, presented by PSA Security Network, scheduled for May 7-11 in Westminster CO. TEC 2017 offers educational programs focused on industry trends and helping systems integrators further their business acumen, this time featuring several new learning tracks, including sessions focused on recurring monthly revenue, integrated life safety solutions and AV/communications systems.
NSCA partners with PSA Security Network to provide new AV, security, and communications educational content for TEC. The four sessions sponsored by NSCA include:
- Partner Alliance for Safer Schools (PASS): Helping School Districts with Security Questions, May 8, 3:30pm, presented by Guy Grace Jr., Littleton Public Schools; Scott Lord, All Systems
- A Decentralized Approach for Paging and Voice Evacuations, May 9, 1:00pm, presented by William Nattress, Biamp
- The Importance of Intelligibility with Emergency Communications Systems, May 10, 8:00am, presented by Scott Lord, All Systems; Chuck Wilson, NSCA
- Digital Signage 101, May 11, 10:00am, presented by Scott Falso, Seneca; Jeffrey Weitzman, Navori
“Security, AV and communications are rapidly becoming fully integrated solutions,” said Chuck Wilson, NSCA Executive Director. “The new sessions we’re offering will help security integrators gain expertise to capture new business. We’re also excited to bring the director of security from Littleton Public Schools to TEC to help integrators better understand what school districts need and expect in terms of security solutions.”
To register, click here.