Almo Professional A/V is wrapping up its 2015 “Fully Charged” E4 AV Tour next week in its most popular location, the New York Metro area. The event, which takes place at the Teaneck Marriott New Jersey on October 8, is also the official launching platform for Almo’s third service program: Almo Bandwidth Services and subsequent relationship with the newest E4 exhibitor, Comcast Cable.
“The E4 Tour only comes to this area every two years and it is an entirely different event in 2015 than it was in 2013 or will be in 2017 so it’s absolutely worth taking the day to come out and learn, network and experience the latest and greatest in the Pro AV world,” said Sam Taylor, executive vice president and COO for Almo Professional A/V.
In terms of the new Almo Bandwidth Services program, Taylor explained, “We are helping our integrators focus on recurring revenue streams to make their businesses more valuable. As the first distributor in the AV industry to offer bandwidth services with the top US providers — including Comcast Cable — our partners can now sell their end users long-term contracts for high-bandwidth connectivity as part of an overall installation. Their customers pay for this service on a monthly basis and the integrator makes a recurring monthly commission on those contracts.”
To view an interview rAVe Founder, Gary Kayye, did with Sam Taylor about the Almo Bandwidth Services Program is here.
The E4 New York Metro event also includes two new hands-on “E4 Experience” workshops focusing on Digital Signage Content & Distribution and BYOD & Collaboration. To view an interview about the E4 Experience workshops with Brian Rhatigan, director of business development for Almo Professional A/V, click here.
Another highlight is the return of the highly sought out 90-minute technical HDBaseT Installer Expert Program, which is designed for those who would like to learn more about HDBaseT technology, regardless of whether they are beginner or expert installers. You can register for those classes here. For a complete E4 New York Metro agenda or to register, go here.