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CTA Study reveals strong hiring demand, increase in diversity initiatives, and cutbacks in some tech workforce perks due to the coronavirus.
Jason Knott · October 14, 2020
Thanks to record builder confidence levels and higher buyer traffic, 2020’s new home sales are now 15% higher in all U.S. regions when compared to 2019.
CE Pro Editors · October 02, 2020
95% of residential custom integration companies now report they do some level of commercial
projects. Our editors wanted to learn more about this business opportunity as well as the impact from COVID-19 and the shift to remote work.
Jason Knott · September 25, 2020
FutureSource Consulting estimates the total value of the consumer electronics market in 2019 is $683 billion, up $3 from the year before.
Jason Knott · September 09, 2020
ABI Research study reports smart home market is set to hit $85 billion by 2021, an increase of 4%. COVID-19 cut growth forecast by 17%
Jason Knott · August 12, 2020
NPD Group reports that nearly two-thirds of U.S. market has not yet embraced smart home devices. Security cameras and video doorbells are most prevalent.
Jason Knott · August 10, 2020
Integrators have a good reason to be optimistic: home construction permits leap 17.3% and sales of existing homes jump 20.3% in June.
Andrew Nichols · August 03, 2020
CEDIA has released its newest white paper covering an issue critical to all integrators, manufacturers, and related businesses in the industry: workforce development. “Workforce Development 101 for Systems Integration Industry Employers ,” which draws on the expertise of CEDIA’s Technology Applications & Workforce Initiatives and Emerging Trends & Technologies departments, explores workforce development issues from the […]
Robert Archer · July 30, 2020
The 2020 Wellness Special Report shows dealers are emphasizing wellness plans due to COVID-19.
Jason Knott · July 28, 2020
Average multiroom audio installation includes 5 zones at an average price of $1,675 per zone, a 31% drop from 2018. Voice control is becoming more prevalent.
Jason Knott · July 17, 2020