Hauppauge, NY–Concentrating on the profitable digital signage market while continuing the enthusiasm generated by CEDIA EXPO earlier this month, Electrograph Systems is setting up camp in the Washington, D.C. area for its next Display Technology Experience (DTE) complimentary reseller event. The event is scheduled for Tuesday, October 21 at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center, where local area resellers can expect a day of intense training, exclusive product certification opportunities and the addition of manufacturer demo theaters for new product viewings.
According to Sam Taylor, president of Electrograph Systems, Inc., Our DTE program is designed to help commercial and residential resellers plan for the future by teaching them how to increase and diversify their businesses now. The DTE D.C. event will have our strongest focus yet on the booming digital signage market, with new information on how to sell its tangible benefits, along with training on Samsungs MagicInfo digital signage solutions. He added, Attendees can also become certified to sell and install Philips WOWvx displays for 3D applications like gaming, and participate in an all-new course about best practices for the installation of super-large format displays.
Electrographs 2008 DTE program, which has already made stops in Anaheim and Chicago this year, offers the widest range of industry-certified courses from NSCA and CEDIA yet, in addition to in-depth commercial and residential product training sessions. The D.C. event is expected to have the largest number of participating manufacturers to date, with more than 40 scheduled to exhibit in the day-long product showcase that now includes 30-minute demo theaters designed to give resellers a personal look at some of the newest technologies in the market today.
The DTE D.C. event features an energizing list of business-building and training content that resellers can immediately put to use. Chuck Wilson, executive director of NSCA, will deliver the welcome address, and the training and education portion will be led by some of the most prominent names in the business. Topics and speakers include:
What Will You Be Doing in 2011? – Gary Kayye, Gary Kayyes rAVe and Gary Kayyes Home Edition e-newsletters
IP Networking 201: What Every Integrator Needs to Know – Richard Reynolds, Pikes Peak Community College
Solving Ground Loop Problems – Bill Whitlock, Jensen Transformer
Digital Signage: The Future Is Now – Alan Brawn, Brawn Consulting
Becoming a Certified Reseller Of Philips 3D Displays – Erik van der Tol, Philips 3D Solutions
Selling Value in Digital Signage – Alan Brawn, Brawn Consulting
Supersize Me! Installation Best Practices and Pitfalls for Super-Large Format Displays – Eric Adams, Panasonic Professional Displays
New technologies highlighted in the product showcase portion of the DTE D.C. event include the latest in plasma and LCD flat panel displays, home cinema projectors, touch panels, consumer DVDs, mounts and stands, video processors, amplifiers and receivers, wire and cable, video interfaces and more. Major manufacturers such as Panasonic, LG Electronics, NEC and Samsung will sponsor and hold exhibit space at this event.
Complete information about Electrographs DTE D.C. program, including online registration and hotel accommodations, can be found at www.electrographdte.com.