Crestron Joins HTSA Buying Group

Both Organizations are Focused on High-Performance, Luxury Residential Technology
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Both Organizations are Focused on High-Performance, Luxury Residential Technology

Crestron Electronics has joined Home Technology Specialists of America (HTSA) buying group. For HTSA members, the partnership with Crestron brings an expanded set of options for their systems design and installation thanks to its wide assortment of solutions in categories such as AV, lighting, shading, security, and HVAC.

“We are very pleased to partner with Crestron Electronics, one of the leading brands in custom integration” said Jon Robbins, HTSA executive director. “As each organization is deeply committed to offering the finest residential technology solutions available, the business focus synergy of this relationship just made all the sense in the world for HTSA.”

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For Crestron, HTSA brings a national network of top residential system integration professionals focused on designing, specifying, and installing high-end, high-performance distributed audio-video, home automation, and performance lighting solutions. HTSA members typically are the leading providers of technology solutions in their local markets. HTSA members enjoy a record of longevity of success through the many changing waves of technology, and strive to continue to make new technology easy to use and appreciate for their clients.

“We are very excited to be partnering with HTSA, the industry’s premier integration technology buying group,” said John Clancy, Crestron’s VP of residential. “Over the last 18 months or so, Crestron has been deeply committed to further advancing its residential division—investing heavily in new products and building sales, marketing, and support teams dedicated to the residential channel. As such, the timing for this partnership couldn’t be more perfect and we look forward with great anticipation to meeting and working with all of the HTSA members next month at the HTSA Spring Conference.”

[Correction: This article previously stated that HTSA was Crestron's first buying group. According to Azione Unlimited executive director Richard Glikes, Crestron was previously a member of Azione for three and half months.]