Our focus over the last few months has been improving the home network experience for all our work from home and learn from home clients. As the country continues to navigate the pandemic and slowly reopen businesses, we want to shift that focus and give our commercial clients some attention since they need it now more than ever.
Restaurants and bars are opening their doors to more patrons and some offices are calling their employees back to their desks. We are excited and hopeful for this next step in reopening our country. Businesses, however, are feeling the pressure now more than ever to deliver a level of service and experience that keeps clients and patrons coming back. From audio visual to lighting and temperature, we have got you covered to get it right at every turn. We can assist you in making the customer experience at your business as pleasant as possible. Let’s take a look at how to improve the customer experience with commercial AV solutions.
Improve the Customer Experience with Commercial AV Solutions
Here’s a list of commercial AV services offered by Home Theater Solutions:
- Hospitality (Audio Visual and Connectivity)
- Digital Signage
- Motorized Shades
- Audio Video Conferencing
- Custom Display Solutions
Whether you are pitching to clients or own a full-service restaurant-bar, all the above services can be combined to create the ultimate experience at your place of work. Regardless of what combination of services you need, our number one recommendation is an integrated control system that will manage all aspects of the above services through one central hub. Think of it as the business version of your home’s Alexa.
Dim the lights, turn up the music, and draw the shades all thanks to your Integrated Control System. Set timers for the time of day when the sun comes blazing through the windows for the shades to come down, and the lights to turn up. Big game on at 7pm? Set a timer for the channel to change at that exact time.
Commercial AV – Integrated Control System
An Integrated Control System is a must – not just for convenience, but for the safety of your system. Keep your hub locked in the back office of your establishment or in the HR Manager’s office. This will eliminate the possibility of various remotes being lost or broken. A central hub also streamlines the control experience for the employees who will be using it. No more confusion or sidetracked client experiences while employees try to figure out how to work the equipment (We have all watched bartenders fumble as they try to serve drinks and figure out how to change the channel).
We are proud to work alongside other small to mid-sized businesses to help them present their best selves. We are here to help you integrate your commercial AV systems, from design to installation.