SpringDeck has selected Aim High Audio to represent the company in the Southeastern region of the United States and in Florida. With SpringDeck already being implemented in thirteen countries, the innovative software company is eager to accelerate their growth throughout the nation starting with help from Aim High Audio.
“We are excited about having the team at Aim High Audio represent SpringDeck software,” said Ryan Sullivan, CEO of SpringDeck. “We are ready to take the value of SpringDeck to dealers and vendors in the Southeastern U.S. and other areas. With Aim High Audio’s influence and savvy understanding of their market, we are confident they will represent SpringDeck with the same passion and excellence as we have for our own product.”
SpringDeck’s feature-rich software is making big waves in the AV industry by solving problems at every level. Manufactures are gleaning huge insight into how dealers, big and small, use their marketing materials and how clients interact with product information after sales presentations end. Dealers and integrators enjoy easy access to updated product content from top manufacturers through the SpringDeck Store, where they can download product offerings to the SpringDeck App and have all the files they need on the go. Ultimately, SpringDeck is fast becoming the tool for creating effective marketing content, communicating products during sales presentations and shortening the overall sales and marketing cycles.
“Aim High Audio is thrilled to partner with SpringDeck to present their offering to our dealer base,” said Jon Perry, Vice President of Aim High Audio Sales & Marketing. “SpringDeck helps reps, dealers and manufacturers alleviate the challenge of needing quick access to content that’s relevant and at their fingertips. It provides great analytics to use when creating product content and tracking followup with clients; a strategy that many don’t utilize today. We look forward to introducing SpringDeck to the Southeast and Florida markets, and have even implemented it for use in our own presentations.”