The systems integration industry is keystone of the development in different regions. The Audiovisual systems, networks, HVCA lighting management and energy saving within commercial and corporate environments, are a global issue that employ a common language among integrators, entrepreneurs and consumers.

The truth is that the differences in habits and practices of technology users can be solved with innovative designs and global strategies; this is why it is very important to learn from the experiences of other countries on systems integration: so we can adapt to the socioeconomic characteristics of a particular region.

Over the last 25 years of experience, Multimedia has made important alliances…

GPA (Global Presence Alliance) was born in 2008 and has a presence in 40 countries, in more than 180 cities around the world. It is a consortium of integrators around the world which provides systems integration, standards, quality control and support for audiovisual services.

GPA works with a wide range of talented professionals in the area of audiovisual integration to support private companies and government agencies with their collaboration needs and global communication.

GPA provides a technology strategy to implement audiovisual and videoconferencing systems based on a global vision and is made up of industry experts committed to sharing “best practices” that ensure ultimate user experience regardless of location.

GPA develops solutions for video unified collaboration, telepresence, videoconferencing, digital signage, display solutions, control systems, audio technology, web streaming, recording and digital file.

Multimedia is a proud member and one of the two Mexican companies that are part of this alliance.

More information www.global-presence.org

CEDIA (Custom Electronics Design and Installation Association) is the leading organization in the industry of residential technology, it represents more than 3,500 companies around the world, serves more than 22,000 professionals who manufacture, design and integrate products and services for what is known as “connected home” ( smart home).

CEDIA has been the educational benchmark for residential technology and has helped its members to impose standards of excellence in system design, technical expertise and customer service.

Multimedia has been a proud member of CEDIA for two decades. This places us as a reliable company, ethically responsible and one that is always looking for innovative solutions.

Being a CEDIA member has allowed us to provide professional support and an important guide in the design of customized systems for our clients. At the same time, it has helped us build a highly certified staff (technicians, designers and support staff) that has positioned us as the best systems integration company in Mexico.

More information www.cedia.net

Más 5 ingenieros certificados por CEDIA

35 hrs de Capacitación por año para Certificaciones CEDIA ESC

Más 5 ingenieros certificados por InfoComm

40 hrs de Capacitación por año para Certificaciones InfoComm CTS

InfoComm International was founded in 1939 and is the trade association that represents the professional audiovisual and information communication industry worldwide.

It has more than 5,000 members, including manufacturers, integrators, distributors, independent consultants, programmers, and multimedia professionals in more than 80 countries.

As a Standards Development Organization (SDO), accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), InfoComm provides industry standards as the basis for audiovisual quality systems. In addition, as a certification body accredited by ANSI, InfoComm offers The Certified Technology Specialist ™ (CTS®) program, the only audiovisual certification accredited by ANSI under the international standard ISO / IEC 17024.

Being part of InfoComm, allows Multimedia to consolidate as a company with considerable expertise in the development of audiovisual systems based on digital networks.

More information www.infocomm.org