MediaCentric, an 18 year old California & Arizona low voltage contractor, has launched an AV outsourced franchise system providing specialized professional services to the audiovisual, videoconferencing and collaboration industry. MediaCentric has a long standing customer base of system integrators, distributors and manufacturers, and provides a vast range of professional services on a regular basis. Since its inception, MediaCentric has been filling a need for local and national projects for both regional and national accounts.
David Lopez, Founder/President/CEO says:
“Partnering with labor brokers or online freelance labor portals lacks the performance, quality, dependability, and workmanship consistency that business owners typically provide. Business owners have a vested financial and reputational interest that no one else has or can experience. For this reason I chose to take all of our proven and successful processes, accounting systems, CRM, workflow, methodologies, best practices and training, and turn it into a franchise system. Franchising makes it available to entrepreneurs eager to go into business for themselves or who may already be in business for themselves, but struggle with business management, growth, sales, marketing or overall technical depth. MediaCentric’s customer base is anxious and waiting for MediaCentric offices to rollout across the US and become available to book projects and service calls.”
According to AVIXA: “The professional AV industry worldwide generated $178 billion in 2016. Through 2022, it is expected that global AV revenues will increase 4.7 percent annually. The industry will create an additional $52 billion in value during the remainder of the forecast period”.
Audio visual integration is everywhere and is scaling in sophistication and adoption. We see it in retail, sports stadiums, corporate, healthcare, education, residential and many other environments. Like all technology, the costs reduce with the increase in supply and the world needs more quality AV professional services. MediaCentric has packaged their proven way of doing business since 2000 as professional services subcontractors to the market, and are going to help grow and fill the need for what their customers and the industry are asking for. MediaCentric services consist of: design & engineering, consulting, installation & integration, project management, CAD, network infrastructure, systems commissioning, programming, training, helpdesk, and field maintenance.