What they’re saying
Learn how these AV companies streamlined their processes using iPoint.
STEREO PLANET – BEND, OREGON
Software Yields 35% Boost in Employee Productivity
As many integrators scramble to find the magic formula to squeeze out single-digit increments of additional profit, the team at Stereo Planet in Bend, Ore., made a single decision less than 2 years ago that has boosted its employee output by a mind-blowing 35%.
BLUESPEED AV – TULSA, OKLAHOMA
BlueSpeed AV Improves Their Bottom Line by 38% with iPoint
Any custom integrator would relish the thought of boosting their bottom line by 38 percent. BlueSpeed AV in Tulsa, Okla., just did.
HEAR NO EVIL – SALEM, OREGON
iPoint Boosts Employee Confidence; Turns Around Jobs Quicker
The longer you drag your feet, the longer it takes to get a job complete. That’s not to say that the 11 employees that make up the workforce at Hear No Evil were intentionally sluggish; they just didn’t have all the right tools to stay completely on track.
CO-DA – INDIAN TRAIL, NORTH CAROLINA
iPoint Reaches into the Warehouse for Better Inventory Management
How many unused, jobless products are collecting dust in your warehouse? It’s a common inventory issue for many integrators. As projects progress, so do the products, often leaving you with a few unnecessary extras sitting on the warehouse shelves. And often, you don’t realize that you’ve over-ordered until project completion.
AV DESIGN CONSULTANTS – SPRINGDALE, ARKANSAS
Integrator Yields Miraculous Profit, Efficiency Results Using iPoint
Miracles really can come true … even in the custom electronics industry. In just the past three years, Chris Palmer, operations manager at AV Design Consultants in Springdale, Ark., has boosted the company’s overall profits by 15%, reduced its annual lost inventory by $25,000, and increased its labor utilization rate by 25%. But it wasn’t a miracle that did the trick… it was iPoint software.
SOUNDVISION – MOORESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
Ending the Software Revolving Door
Unfortunately, software can sometimes be a revolving door for integrators. You try one for two years… it doesn’t work so you try another one. Two years later that one is discarded and it’s time to try another one.