Total Video Products, Inc. Celebrates Industry Recognition, Corporate Growth and Employee Achievements
Total Video Products, a leader in the design and implementation of innovative audio visual and video solutions for the education, government and business communities, has recently been recognized by Systems Contractor News as a Top 50 Systems Integrator. Additionally, TVP has expanded its client base, widened its product selection and increased its number of Cisco-Certified employees.
Mickleton, NJ – February 10, 2012 – Total Video Products, Inc. has further solidified its reputation as a leader in AV design and implementation with recent industry accolades, business growth and personnel accomplishments.
TVP’s recent noteworthy achievements include:
- Recognition as one of the Top 50 Systems Integrators - Systems Contractor News has named TVP to its list of Top 50 Systems Integrators in the U.S. and Canada for the third consecutive year. The annual SCN Top 50 Systems Integrator listing sets the benchmark for the health and prosperity of companies in the commercial AV integration industry.
- Selection by Barco for Product Representation - TVP has been selected to represent the Barco line of LED Displays. This diverse product line includes indoor and outdoor LED displays, as well as LED imaging processing products and various creative modular LED solutions.
- Procurement of a Reseller Agreement with DMX – TVP has partnered as a reseller for DMX. DMX is a single-source digital communication technologies provider, offering music, video, and scent and messaging solutions, along with new web and mobile applications to help businesses expand their reach.
- Completion of Cisco Certifications – Numerous TVP employees have recently completed Cisco Certification in a wide range of categories. TVP would like to recognize the following employees for this achievement: Byroune Miles (ATP Sales), Kevin Whaley (ATP Video Sales Engineer), Mark Brasch (ATP Field Engineering), and Rusty Lynch (Cisco Select).
“This is an exciting time for TVP,” reports Larry Gallner, President of Total Video Products, Inc. “I’m particularly pleased with my staff for pursuing these important industry certifications during such a busy time for our business. We truly believe in training and educating our staff, and we stand by their efforts one hundred percent. It wasn’t always easy, but these team members persevered and we are very proud of their accomplishments.”
About Total Video Products, Inc.
Total Video Products has been designing and implementing innovative audio visual and video solutions for the education, government and business communities in the Philadelphia tri-state area for nearly three decades.
As an authorized dealership for over 200 manufacturers, TVP has the vast product selection and expertise required to provide customers with the ideal audio visual solutions for their unique communication needs. TVP provides customers with a wide range of digital communication technologies, including Smart classrooms/touch-sensitive SMART Boards, computer and video displays, presentation equipment, video and audio distribution systems, LED displays, videoconferencing and camera control, sound and microphone systems/DSP programming, video production equipment, digital signage, and more.
For more information, please visit http://www.totalvideoproducts.com.
Apr 09, 2009 – Pro Audio Guide
Sennheiser names Total Video Products "Dealer of the Year"
The U.S. subsidiary of audio pioneer Sennheiser has named Total Video Products, Inc. its 2008 dealer of the year for exemplary sales, customer support and comprehension of Sennheiser's installed sound business. The Sennheiser line of installed sound products, which includes digital conference systems, installed series microphones, and infrared systems, are key components of several high-profile, permanent facility installations.
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June 15, 2009 – ProAV Magazine
PRO AV Blueprint for University AV
Written by David Essex
New AV technology continues to march through colleges and universities despite economic upheaval. More than ever, universities see the value in bringing high-resolution presentation systems and online collaboration tools to educate the 21st century workforce faster, better, and more affordably. Widescreen, 16:9 aspect ratio display systems are among the biggest technology trends, as schools seek to make projectors and screens conform to the standard on notebook computers. Hardware vendors and integrators also say a move to real-time monitoring and support of AV assets over networks is sweeping college campuses.
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June, 2009 – Syn-Aud-Con
Real World Audio Training
TVP Quality Assurance Manager, Russell Lynch, CTS-D, recently attended a four day Syn-Aud-Con training seminar. Syn-Aud-Con, formally Synergetic Audio Concepts, is a professional audio organization which provides global audio training as well as a Web based Listserv for members to discuss and share experiences. During that seminar, Rusty, a 9 year Syn-Aud-Con member, was asked to participate in an article lauding the benefits of SAC training.
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December, 2009 – SCN System Contractor News
SCN’s Top 50 Integrators 2009 Revealed!
The lens through which we viewed business growth in 2009 had a significantly different focus than that of recent years. Challenges were faced head on this year, and many stories of survival are shadowed by tough realities faced by colleagues in this very close-knit industry. Now, as news of an impending economic recovery gradually manifests itself on balance sheets, many are surveying the damage and preparing to move forward. As the calendar year comes to a close, SCN presents its annual compendium of business outlooks from the top ranks of commercial AV integration.
The Top 50 systems integrators in the U.S. and Canada are ranked here by projected systems integration revenue for 2009. As some companies are also involved in other segments of integration, we asked entrants to separate their commercial AV systems installation revenue from overall revenue. Once again this year, as always, Top 50 submissions were voluntary. The chart ranks those companies willing to share their internal numbers to establish a snapshot of the industry. While the bottom line is certainly important in any business climate, the Top 50 chart is only one way to view an industry where success and longevity are determined by more than mere numbers. This is a business defined by character, and that is one index that has absolutely risen in the past year. We look forward to more upward trends in this and every category in 2010.
Total Video Products, Inc. can be found at position #39, a jump from last year’s #44 ranking. To download the full list, please visit…