During the renovation of their downtown Philadelphia headquarters, IMS became an integral member of the design and integration team, providing custom solutions for every technology standpoint, from large and small conference rooms to multiple training and video conferencing rooms to a 40−seat executive boardroom with full environmental controls.
As organizations continue to embrace technologies that enable remote collaboration such GoToMeeting, Adobe Connect, and WebEx, the environments in which they are being utilized are changing dramatically. As long as the screen displaying the content is sized appropriately, the room size does not impact the effectiveness of content sharing. However, what is impacted as room size increases is the quality and intelligibility of conference audio. The most important aspect of collaboration is the ability of all parties to hear one another clearly. As room size increases, the ability of traditional desk phones or conference phones to support quality collaboration decreases.
This was my second year attending InfoComm, the AV industry’s National Convention, and my first time wearing an IMS name badge. My take-away is that the extensive up-front planning by the IMS team was worth the energy. It yielded quality meetings and a broader net cast over this massive event. InfoComm truly is a jungle; our job as an experienced AV integration firm was to explore and conquer it in less than three days.
IMS was named as one of the Top 14 Corporate Market Integrators in 2014 by Commercial Integrator.
IMS Technology Services is proud to be featured in Commercial Integrator.
AQAV is a nonprofit consortium dedicated to setting the standard for quality integrators and how they differentiate themselves in the marketplace. We first started talking about the group a little over a year ago, setting a goal to be AQAV certified. In December, our Kramer representative called to tell us that they had become an exclusive sponsor for AQAV and they wanted us to enroll.