Posts tagged Symphony

Find Your Path to Workplace Transformation in the AVI-SPL Concept Catalog 2019

If you’ve been wondering, “What are the steps I should be taking to improve my organization’s collaboration experience,” AVI-SPL’s Concept Catalog for 2019 has the guidance you need to confidently approach a challenging workplace transformation project. In this year’s issue, we give you our advice for:

  • Setting your project scope and expectations
  • Creating your digital workplace committee
  • Defining your business goals
  • Mapping your technology solutions to the desired user experience
  • Identifying measurable objectives

You’ll find two case studies that show how organizations like yours are benefiting from workplace transformation guided by AVI-SPL. You can also read those case studies on our website: RMIT University and Business Development Bank of Canada. In the RMIT case study, discover how their students, faculty, and IT leadership saw the benefits of our Symphony user experience management application as soon as it went live. 

This year’s catalog includes an overview of Symphony, which gives you a single-pane view of your AV and UC estate and delivers the analytics you need to wisely invest in collaboration rooms and solutions. 

We couldn’t put this issue together without our manufacturer partners, and our advertising section showcases the latest solutions from companies like Biamp, Cisco, Crestron, Harman, and many others. Their products are designed to enhance your workplace experience, so look them over at your leisure. If you find something that interests you or if you have any questions, connect with us at contact@avispl.com.

Read the AVI-SPL Concept Catalog for 2019 >

Webinar Recording: Design Basics for the Audio-Enabled Conference Room

During “Design Basics for the Audio-Enabled Conference Room,” you’ll learn best practices for well-designed conference rooms and meeting spaces with exceptional audio. During this AVI-SPL-hosted webinar, Gino Sigismondi, associate director of technical support and training at Shure, explores topics including:

  • Benefits of high-quality audio in the conference room
  • How we measure speech quality
  • The three basic elements of the conference room
  • Phases of the room-design process
  • Microphone selection for video conferencing
  • Four ways to improve room audio performance

Sigismondi also offers examples of AV connection scenarios, microphone characteristics, and how different mic types respond to input.

Laurie Berg, director of services product management for AVI-SPL, explains the benefits of Symphony, the user experience application that supports an integrated collaboration workflow and helps manage and monitor your AV and UC estate, including Shure devices and the meeting rooms where they’re used.

Get the recording for “Design Basics for the Audio-Enabled Conference Room” >

About the presenter 

Gino Sigismondi, associate director of technical support and training at Shure, is a Chicago native and Shure Associate since 1997. In his time at Shure, Gino has been a member of Applications Engineering and managed the Technical Training and Systems Support departments, assisting Shure customers with choosing and using the company’s vast array of products. He’s the author of the Shure educational publications “Selection and Operation of Personal Monitors,” “Audio Systems Guide for Music Educators,” and “Selection and Operation of Audio Signal Processors.” Gino was recently awarded status as an “Adjunct Instructor” by InfoComm Academy.