By Todd Anthony Puma March 03, 2015
What are the basics an integrator should know in order to feel comfortable enough to provide a client with a rock solid network? Here are my five takeaways.
By Todd Anthony Puma February 24, 2015
I’ve run into many friends or acquaintances that try to go the DIY route, and while they are gung-ho in the beginning, they typically end up frustrated or disillusioned in the end. (Image via Gizmodo.)
By Todd Anthony Puma February 04, 2015
What does “audio on Pyng” mean, exactly? Well, that’s anyone’s guess, but I do have a wish list.
By Todd Anthony Puma January 27, 2015
Our clients expect us to stand behind the products we sell and the work we do, rightly so. I know it is tempting to try to charge for every little service call, but how would you feel if you put yourself in your customer’s shoes?
By Todd Anthony Puma January 21, 2015
Ten years ago when I first started out in this industry, it used to be that pretty much every job got the same remote – the URC MX850 (and later the MX980).
By Todd Anthony Puma January 13, 2015
Change is scary. I was beyond nervous when I pivoted my business toward Crestron-quality projects. But the change has been the best business decision I’ve ever made.
By Todd Anthony Puma January 06, 2015
With 2015 upon us, it’s time to look at the must-do’s for your business, in order to get the year off to a great start and make sure 2015 is even more successful than 2014.
By Todd Anthony Puma December 17, 2014
We’ve all gotten the call from a new client to do a project after the electrician or general contractor ran all the low-voltage wires. If it isn’t your job or profession, you shouldn’t do the work (unless you are doing it DIY at home).
By Todd Anthony Puma December 10, 2014
In the past 18 months as Crestron dealers, my company has been doing a lot more lighting and shading than I ever imagined possible, with AV becoming secondary. I’m beginning to miss AV, and that got me to thinking.
By Todd Anthony Puma December 03, 2014
Last week, one of my close friends Mark Feinberg, owner of Home Theater Advisors in New York City, had to have surgery on his knee for torn cartilage. This week’s blog is an interview with Mark about how he prepared himself, his business, his customers, and his employees for the surgery and his four- to six-week recovery.