Uncategorized

It’s the End of the Year As We Know It…

December 21, 2012

The Mayans predicted the end of the world today – we’ve seen some great illustrations regarding this prediction – the weather forecast of 1277 degrees, falling asteroids and of course, the question of what time zone will the end start in? Well, we’re all still here – and it’s not the end of the world, Read the full article…

Exploring New Markets

October 16, 2012
Exploring New Markets

It seems each day that systems integration companies with a traditional or even a unique scope of services are moving closer and closer to competing with one another.  You see more examples of how network connectivity and the integration of new digital applications are driving this. But that’s not news.  What is news is the Read the full article…

The Hard Work is Getting Paid

September 29, 2011

What really stinks is how much effort has to go into getting paid on time. For many reasons, public works projects, most new construction, even projects sold directly to the end-user have become mired in delays. I swear it’s a game that other players know the rules better than we do.  This is often a Read the full article…

Let’s Get to Work…

February 3, 2011

2011 should be a much better year for systems integrators based on the construction forecasts I’ve seen recently. First, the McGraw-Hill construction market forecast shows a positive picture for the fist time in several years. Overall, we can focus on one big number: new construction starts nationwide are projected to be up 8%. The full Read the full article…

Midwest Values

July 22, 2010

On Tuesday, July 20, NSCA members in Chicago met to discuss how to add value to projects and for clients in light of eroding margins. I was shocked to hear some of the margins that integrators were living on. I must admit, when our members on the East and West Coasts described the competitive pressures Read the full article…


Member Access

USER NAME:
PASSWORD:
SIGN IN
X