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Sharp’s Audio Visual
presentation technologies called Lync Room
Systems” says Tim St. Louis, Executive Vice
President. “I see more of our clients looking to
us to facilitate Lync, or soon to be called Skype
for Business, integration. We see this as a large
contributor to our success in the next few
years as it is a logical extension of an organiza-
tions overall communications strategy.”
Through consulting, Sharp’s can align the
finished product to their client’s environment
to maximize usability and return on investment.
After sales services are of particular importance
because their clients need to actually adopt
and use the product. Training their clients is
critical to understand how to use the systems
that have been provided.
“Additionally, our Rapid Care after sales
service level agreement is the most mature in
Canada” says Tim St. Louis. “It provides three
levels of care with guaranteed response times,
loaner equipment and extended warranties to
ensure up time on audio visual systems that
have become critical to workflow. We can even
offer remote monitoring and usage reporting
for organizations that need that level of care
and data.”
The audio visual industry requires genu-
ine business acumen to succeed. Creativity,
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