HTSA Welcomes Premier Technology Group

February 21, 2013
The HTSA has welcomed Premier Technology Group of Houston, TX as the newest member of the growing home technology specialist network.

Premier designs and installs integrated electronic systems, including: lighting and shade control, fire and security, automation, audio/video, IT & communication and electrical systems. According to Premier, their main focus is to provide superior customer experience. Premier is comprised of a team of highly-trained and experienced professionals that skillfully guide clients from the proposal phase and creation of the CAD drawings, all the way to final installation and training sessions.

"The customer is the ultimate focus of Premier's business model. We improve their lives by providing innovative technology solutions and achieve success by building lasting relationships through a culture of open collaboration, idea sharing, education and mutual respect," said Premier Technology Group owner, Eric Herleth. "We are excited that HTSA shares a similar culture and philosophy. We look forward to the opportunity to share our expertise and passion with members of this collaborative organization to help move the industry and our businesses forward together."

"Our members are dedicated to the betterment of their trade and each brings invaluable, unique experiences to share," said managing director of HTSA, Bob Hana. "Eric was seeking an environment where he could improve his business' profitability and, equally as important to him, where he could share best practices with like-minded professionals to make a positive impact for the betterment of the industry and its consumers. Premier's business culture is perfectly aligned with the mission of HTSA and will undoubtedly be a valued addition to our organization."

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