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 Board Member Ron Prier, who is also the owner of RPAV.
We are NSCA, and it’s really quite simple. The organization is a group of like-minded systems integrators and the many business partners that help make up this industry. It’s not fancy, high pressured, or anything over the top. It’s a core group of the very best in our industry who have banded together to become even better. We compare our best practices and share success stories to make us all more professional and productive at what we do.
I’ve been a member since I started my business, and couldn’t imagine doing my job without the organization’s guidance and support. To me, it makes no sense whatsoever to miss out on all the events and information NSCA provides. The price of membership compared to the value we provide is a real no-brainer. I couldn’t be more proud of what this organization does, and to be a part of the leadership team. -Ron Prier, NSCA Board Member, 2012 – Present
Check out what the following people had to say about the role of NSCA:
• NSCA Board President Michael Hester, Beacon Communications
• NSCA Board Member Mike Boettcher, Advanced AV
• NSCA Board Member Rob Simopoulos, Advance Technology
• NSCA Board Member Anne Sellers, Sensory Technologies
• NSCA Past President and Board Member Ingolf de Jong, General Communications
• NSCA Vice President and Board Member Ray Bailey, Lone Star Communications
• NSCA Board Member Josh Shanahan, SVT
• NSCA Board Member Paul Thomas, Northland Controls