NSCA University will be providing a focus on the upcoming DTV transition, managing the convergence between AV and IT, and more at the upcoming InfoComm (2009) show in Orlando.
These sessions, along with a presentation on SystemsPlus Health Solutions will allow contractors, technicians, and business owners understand the benefits, road-blocks, and opportunities that will allow employees and customers to save time, solve problems, and make money.
–White Spaces Yesterday and Today: Impact of FCC Ruling on Wireless Microphone Industry, sponsored by Sound & Communications, is a panel discussion featuring manufacturers and contractors affected by this transition. Learn how the June 2009 digital transition has or will affect contractors, technicians, consultants and their customers. Hear whether RF interference will be a problem or an opportunity. Discover potential challenges, opportunities and solutions for your business and how you can address customer needs and concerns.
–Bridging the Cultural Gap: Defining the AV & IT Partnership, sponsored by AV Technology, features a panel discussion on finding the middle ground between the AV world and IT managers no matter which side of the fence you are on. Convergence is a reality, and there is no better time like the present to understand how to work together by speaking a common language. Discover what motivates and what deters from a positive experience when these worlds engage. Recognize strengths and weaknesses that each party brings to a project. Hear from both Integrators and IT managers on how to build successful working relationships in this panel discussion.
–Save Money with Industry-Specific SystemsPlus Insurance Solutions. Systems integrators have to provide robust health insurance to recruit and retain valuable employees. But right now, everyone is paying more and getting less. In this session, learn about NSCA’s solution to address this massive, nationwide problem by stabilizing your health care costs, and how you can save money on P&C and surety insurance without sacrificing protection. Attend the free informational seminar at 12:30 p.m. on Thursday or Friday in the NSCA Zone on the show floor.
For more information on NSCA University sessions and events at InfoComm 09, go to www.nscaatinfocomm.org.