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SOURCE: ProVision Technologies · POSTED: 09/29/05
AUCKLAND, New Zealand -- ProVision Technologies has become the first company in New Zealand to achieve Certified AudioVisual Solutions Provider (CAVSP) status. CAVSP is an industry-standard certification program for companies in the professional audiovisual industry. It is administered by InfoComm International®.
"We are so proud to be the first company in New Zealand to achieve CAVSP status. We see ourselves as pioneers in establishing a level of excellence in the industry and as such see this achievement as a reflection of this philosophy. This is a stepping stone to an even higher level of professionalism that will take ProVision and the industry to greater heights," said Chris Mackie, Engineer at ProVision Technologies.
"It is our belief that the time will come when only companies with CAVSP will be invited to quote for major contracts. If other companies around the country have CAVSP, we will feel secure in partnering with them to cover areas that ProVision does not service. And as more technicians become certified, it will take the risk out of staff recruitment, as we will know their skill level," added Mackie.
About ProVision Technologies
ProVision Technologies is an audiovisual company located in central Auckland, New Zealand. ProVision is a market leader in providing automated AV solutions for a wide range of applications including Corporate Boardrooms, University Lecture Theatres, Libraries, and Home Theatre.
About the Certified AudioVisual Solutions Provider program
Companies eligible for CAVSP status include businesses that manufacture, sell, integrate, design, provide consultation on or rent AV equipment, systems and services. The CAVSP program ties in with InfoComm International’s Industry Awareness Campaign that promotes the skills and talents of professional AV solutions providers. To achieve CAVSP status, the company must participate in the Campaign by agreeing to 10 Standards of Excellence. More information on ICIA's certification program and educational courses is available at www.infocomm.org/Education/certification.