In the past, hardworking Americans assumed that technological advancement would be the key to lightening their loads.
In 1928, economist John Maynard Keynes imagined a world in which, thanks to advances in technological innovation, future generations would be freed to embrace a less “busy” lifestyle – perhaps only working three days a week, and that by choice, not necessity (Health and Fitness).
Unfortunately, only part of Keynes prophetic vision has come to pass. Despite technological advancements and labor-saving devices, people still don’t seem to have any downtime. Americans are busier now than ever before, and part of that busyness is a direct result of technological advancement.
This is nowhere more apparent than in the workplace.
In the past, corporate executives or small business owners need only have mastered their own particular fields of expertise in order to have a shot at success. Now, with expectations for ideas to be communicated via multimedia presentations higher than ever, these same people feel that in order to chase success, they must become audio-visual experts as well. With their focus split between honing the message and crafting the presentation, many begin to feel frustrated.
Fortunately, that is not necessarily the case. With full AV integration, you can reap the rewards of a well-crafted audio-visual experience without getting bogged down in the gritty details.
Once again, your only job will be to focus on what you do best: communicating your message.
If you have questions about how our systems work, or if you would like to get the ball rolling on full AV integration in your business or showroom, please feel free to contact us. We look forward to working with you.