Herman Procurement & Logistics, an industry leading provider of connectivity and infrastructure products and services to the broadcast and commercial AV industries, is proud to announce that it will begin an ongoing series of webinar training programs that are designed to provide design engineers, consultants, and technicians with valuable product/feature demonstrations, “how to”, and application information.
Attendees can now Rely on Herman to provide valuable product information that is not just limited to feature demonstrations but examples of how to implement those features in the field and “how to” install and/or program those products.
The first 2 webinars, entitled “Plasma vs. LCD”, were developed to provide integrators with up to date knowledge of plasma technology advancements and to dispel the notion that plasma is not a viable option for digital signage applications. This expands options available to designers, consultants, and integrators who are specifying and designing product into their projects.
“It has, and always will be our goal to provide our customers with value added programs and services that are designed to help them operate more cost effective and operationally sound businesses”, said Mike Vivian, Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “It is our vision to not only deliver industry leading products in the most cost effective manner at competitive prices, but to provide real tangible value; by providing online training programs, we help our partners stay on top of the latest technology advancements and help educate them on best practices for design and implementation.”
This new series of training programs will be provided by industry experts who will demonstrate key product features, helpful tips, and other valuable implementation and installation information.
- Herman continues to build upon their product offering with the goal to help systems integrators reduce operating costs and increase efficiencies around the procurement, management and logistics of the products required for their projects.