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Upcoming Events
4/7 - NSCA Announces AV/Communications Education Track at PSA TEC
NSCA is proud to partner with PSA Security Network to provide new AV, security, and communications educational content for TEC
3/10 - NSCA Appoints New Director of Business Resources to Bring Members More Value
The National Systems Contractors Association (NSCA) is excited to announce that Mike Abernathy has rejoined its team as the director of business resources
3/3 - NSCA Announces 2017 Excellence in Product Innovation Award Winners
NSCA is excited to announce the winners of the third annual Excellence in Product Innovation awards

Member Spotlight


Providing a Professional Development Community

"NSCA has given me the professional development that so many of us crave. Being able to learn from your peers, take their examples, and implement them into your own business life is really important for me. NSCA has created a community that supports each other." ~ Gina Sansivero, FSR Inc

How to Sell Better

"One of the most valuable things I've gotten from NSCA has come from its Business & Leadership Conference. The information at this event tells me how to run my business better, how to sell better, and how to be a better boss and employer." ~ Marla Suttenberg, Sapphire Marketing

Helping Me with My Bottom Line

"NSCA is about helping me with my business. There is no organization other than NSCA that will help me with the bottom line." ~ Kelly McCarthy, Genesis Integration

Focusing on Our Business Goals

"It's really important for integrators to be members of NSCA because they take a different angle than other industry associations. It's nice to have an organization that really focuses on business goals – especially an association that's niche to our industry but takes a bigger-picture look at business in general." ~ Kelly Perkins, AVI Systems

Helpful Information About Market Trends

"NSCA has been a phenomenal organization for us. It has definitely helped with my professional development. The staff is second to none, and they care about our business and the desire to see it increase. We get lots of helpful information about market trends from NSCA as well." ~ Frank Pisano, Milestone AV

Better Solutions, Ideas, and Concepts

"Integrators should join NSCA because being an integrator today is much different than it has been in the past. Many integrators need to change their business models, and you need a trusted partner to help you along that path. NSCA has many solutions, ideas, and concepts, and can be that trusted partner." ~ Rob Simopoulos, Advance Technology

Better Leveraging Sales Staff

“NSCA taught us how to leverage our salespeople. Rather than bringing in new employees and training them on how to sell, NSCA recommended that we find ways to free up the time of existing salespeople so they could sell more. At that time, our salespeople were averaging around $500,000 annually. Now they're all at $1.2 million.” ~ Robbin Reynolds, Sound Products Inc

Improving Our Value Proposition

"As a result of NSCA, we have more qualified staff, our pricing is consistent, and our value proposition is much more solidified." ~ Josh Shanahan, Sport View

Like a Bible for Business Owners

"From sales and project management to technical services, finance, and accounting, NSCA has developed the bible for a business owner like myself to run a business successfully." ~ Christina De Bono, ClearTech Media

System Showcase

Excellence in Product Innovation: SoundTube Dante-Enabled IP Loudspeakers

With SoundTube Dante speakers, audio system control and management now extend all the way to the end point, even for in-ceiling speakers. The IPD4-CM62-BGM speaker connects to a PoE, PoE+, or SoundTube’s STNet Ethernet switch using standard category cable; the switch then connects to a Dante DSP. Up to 40W of power is available to the speaker when used with the SoundTube switch. Once the initial connection is made, the wiring to the speaker never needs to be changed, even if zoning or audio feed requirements change. All of those changes are made centrally using software. The signal is digital all the way to the end point, and power is sent via the category cable. Integrators can easily customize the audio, including equalization at each speaker.



Interoperability Winner (tie)

  • No external amp or D/A equipment required at the speaker
  • Zoning and volume control are managed via software
  • Self-monitoring, reporting any faults back to monitoring software
  • BroadBeam Ring technology for broad high-frequency dispersion

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