Management

Resi Talks: Experience Counts

By Maureen Jenson | November 30, 2016

Residential Systems sat down with Monika Hill, project manager/system designer for Fusion Media Systems of Kirkwood, MO, to find out about the state of her business, what manufacturers she can count on, and what today’s customers want.

Winning Bids

By Matt Pruznick | November 30, 2016

With the host of excellent tools available today, you can have your company copasetic in no time, leaving you free to do what you do best: designing awe-inspiring systems.

Tapping Into New Connections From CEDIA

October 31, 2016

Chances are, you left CEDIA with a stack of business cards, and although you may have had the best of intentions to connect with these individuals after the show, the truth is those cards are in danger of becoming a coaster, or lost at the bottom of your briefcase.

The Lost Art of Qualifying

By Ted Green | October 3, 2016

Recently, while I was researching the growing sales of analog turntables, vinyl records, and analog two-channel systems, an integrator told me that he had to scramble when he realized he was not capitalizing on this “analog renaissance.”

Relationship Building

By Maureen Jenson | October 3, 2016

For our new series of interviews with home technology professionals, Residential Systems reached out to Matt May, president of KMR Audio Visual of Fulshear, TX, to find out about the state of his business, what manufacturers he can count on, and what today’s customers want.

Raising Awareness of the Industry

By Maureen Jenson | August 29, 2016

Residential Systems recently reached out to Drew Harber, owner of Harber Home Theater, Norman, OK, (harberokc.com) to find out about the state of his business, which manufacturers he can count on, and what today’s customers want.

Managing a Miami-Area Mega Install

By Jeremy J. Glowacki | July 29, 2016

Situated just off the coast of Miami’s South Beach on Star Island, a stretch of land that is home to some of the brightest stars from the worlds of sports and entertainment–Sean “Diddy” Combs, Shaquille O’Neal, and Gloria Estefan, to name a few–is a crown jewel of a home.

The Profit Paradox

By Ted Green | July 29, 2016

The “third rail” of the consumer electronics and custom integration industry–a subject so hot that you’ll get burned if you touch it– is the topic of profits.

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