VectorUSA, a premier technology solution provider based in Southern California who designs, builds and maintains systems including those for networks, security, data center, wireless, cloud, audiovisual (A/V) and managed solutions, on June 24 announced the addition of a complete A/V service offering that includes maintenance to augment its range of services.
Aiming to provide "a one-stop shop for unified communications," the company says that with the new service offering, it is now well positioned to attract enterprise and commercial clients that require more complex systems.
As reckoned by VectorUSA:
The COVID-19 pandemic drove the need for more unified communications systems in order to support remote meetings, classes and work in a cloud-based world. Subsequently, information technology (IT) solutions are converging, with organizations looking to satisfy all of their technology systems needs under one roof, without having to use various subcontractors.
VectorUSA provides this capability, with the ability to bundle all services together — network support, infrastructure, structured cabling and electrical — using [our] own in-house certified and licensed experts to handle the work and the maintenance.
"While adapting to the physical constraints of the pandemic, business leaders learned quickly that they could run companies without offices, and education administrators learned they could run schools without classrooms," observes VectorUSA vice president of sales, Curtis Paradzick.
Paradzick adds, "As we transition to a 'new normal,' most organizations will consider a hybrid approach that provides employees and users with options between in-person, remote, or a combination of the two. These organizations need to be able to support the technical requirements of all three of those options, and VectorUSA's complete solutions provide the synergy for better full-service outcomes."
VectorUSA says it now provides organizations of all sizes "with the ability to design and integrate solutions for whatever space they have and provide all of the services (such as network support, structure, cabling and electrical) to implement it."
As the company's A/V department grows, VectorUSA notes that it is "providing more services on the integration side and expanding its maintenance capabilities as well. VectorUSA's customers can get everything they need with just one purchase order and one point of contact, making it a convenient, seamless experience," states the company.
"There is nothing more frustrating than technology not working properly," concludes VectorUSA AV operations manager Scott Welsh, CTS-D. "Some of the few technologies end users can touch are A/V and collaboration tools, so it's critical that those remain up to par. Our goal is to ensure that our customers' workforces remain accessible at all times to support effortless collaboration between teams, whether they're working from home, a conference room or elsewhere. The hope is that this proactive approach helps to alleviate frustration throughout organizations and all the way up to the C-suite."
Additional information about VectorUSA's service offering can be found at https://vectorusa.com/.