To help better explain what NSCA is, what we do, and what our members do, our board of directors took the time to document the significance of NSCA in the industry and to their own integration firms. Through a series of blog posts, we’ll reveal what they had to say. These statements were captured during a 2015 strategic planning session as we examined the industry and contemplated NSCA’s role as the voice, business resource, and trusted advisor for the channel and the systems integrator.
Next to share his expertise is NSCA Vice President and Board Member Ray Bailey, who is also president at Lone Star Communications.
From the networking at regional events to the incredible takeaway value of the Business & Leadership Conference, NSCA does an outstanding job of building community. And this is a community that I’m very proud to have been a part of my entire career. Our company would not be the business we are today without NSCA. I credit NSCA with the professional development of our staff as well, providing guidance along the way.
NSCA increases our awareness about industry issues and best practices. When I look for market information or business intelligence, or need to research any topic to guide my company, I look to NSCA first. I highly recommend NSCA for exploring new and emerging markets in the industry, if you need to find partners, or are seeking new technologies to offer your clients. It really is a great organization. –Ray Bailey, NSCA Vice President and Board Member, 2006 – Present
Check out what the following people had to say about the role of NSCA: