$20M Project: Come See the Finished Home
Do you want to review the final project? This November is the chance for a selected group of integrators to see the job in person. Tell us why you'd like to be there.
When the final date becomes more apparent, we are discussing having a small group of integrators who have followed the progress of the job over the past two years come out and review the work and meet the homeowner and integrator.
Let us know in the comments why you’d like to come review the project and why you’d be a great choice. (Murray K. need not apply).
To keep the heat down, throw your name in the ring using the comments section then send me something offline. We’re not looking for someone to bare their souls, but qualified companies might enjoy the experience.
Depending on feedback, we may or may not even do this, all depends on how well or how badly this goes. I’m used to a little pushback, the deciding factor will be who wants to make the trip.
A couple of dealers who could see where we missed and where we hit could add to the learning experience this article was intended to be. Keeping in mind the clients expectations and needs, he won’t be afraid to share whatever he is thinking.
We’ll be talking to dealers between now and CEDIA Expo 2012 deciding what to do in November. Who wouldn’t want to come out to Phoenix in the winter for a little golf, food and fun with a reception at the home?
Mark has been both a commercial and residential integrator and systems engineer for over 25 years. He works with Builders, Homeowners and Architects to design and support all types of projects around the world. He is also a software developer (SalezToolz) and mad scientist/inventor (Xspot Products) all developed around what he saw as a need for the businesses he works with and supports. He has been a CEA Mark of Excellence judge the last 6 years and CE Pro Best awards Judge. Have a suggestion or a topic you want to read more about? Email Mark at [email protected]
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