ADI Releases 2014 IP Solutions Catalog

June 5, 2014
ADI has launched its 2014-2015 IP Solutions Catalog, a dedicated IP sourcebook that features a wide range of products from the industry’s top manufacturers to help dealers build complete, integrated IP systems.
Featuring technologies for entry- to enterprise-level systems, the ADI IP Solutions Catalog offers more than 130 pages of detailed product information from more than 45 manufacturers. This specialty catalog highlights the value-added IP services available at ADI, which include Systems Sales & Support, for assistance with product selection and system design; IP Camera Programming, for time and labor savings on installations; Project Registration, for reduced equipment costs; and a variety of IP training resources. The catalog also offers site-assessment forms, product selection charts, diagrams and more.
Dealers can obtain a copy of the 2014-2015 IP Solutions catalog at their local ADI branch or view it online.
ADI has also launched a dedicated IP webpage on its site to help direct dealers to the products, support and services they need to design and build complete systems. The IP Solutions & Services page offers quick and easy online access to product information, top brands, training opportunities, sales specials, promotions, and more.
In addition to the IP Solutions Catalog, ADI produces a quarterly catalog in the U.S. featuring more than 800 pages of product information, and a semiannual catalog in Canada offering over 400 pages of product information. Dealers can look for the new ADI 2014-2015 AV specialty catalog that will be released early this fall.
“It’s an exciting time for our industry as the IP market is expanding across all product categories, and continues to create new opportunities for growth,” said Andy Morra, vice president of marketing at ADI Americas. “At ADI, we are focused on providing our dealers with the right products, support and services to be successful in this emerging space.”
ADI offers additional resources to help dealers stay ahead in the IP market. With 100 branch locations and nine warehouse hubs, ADI offers the largest in-stock inventory, competitive pricing, delivery options, 24/7 pickup, flexible credit terms, project staging and job kitting, branch and training events, online shopping and account management, weekly online newsletters, monthly sales promotions, and more.

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