Automation in hotels is a major priority for hotel management companies, and no one knows that more than CCS Presentation Systems, which once again scored the #1 integrator spot in the hotel market, as ranked by Commercial Integrator MagazineCCS_Top-Hotel-Integrators

As hotels become more multi-use and automated with digital signage and entertainment options, the integration market for audio-visual solutions is growing in this vertical.

Commercial Integrator notes that to succeed in the hotel market, an integrator needs to be a partner in communication with the hotel. Starting out with a plan will help the hotel succeed in its AV solutions. If an integrator is brought in only to ‘fix a problem’ or replace another integrator, that could mean more trouble on the back end of any project, according to the magazine.

In last year’s awards, CCS also took the top spot for its work in managing installs and integration with hotels and sees further growth in the integration market for hotels. You can see some of the systems integration work that CCS did in the past to achieve this ranking.

If your business is looking for upgrades in AV solutions or other integration opportunities for digital equipment, contact CCS Presentation Systems. CCS was recently ranked by Systems Contractor News as one of the nation’s top audio visual integrators, by Commercial Integrator as the No. 1 audio visual integrator for the hospitality industry and by Ranking Arizona as the No. 2 Computer Training Center in Arizona.

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CCS Presentation Systems’ CEO recently took part in helping to set up new projectors in schools at Scottsdale Unified School District. The schools are readying for the new classes of students starting on Monday August 12.  AZ-School_projector_Installation_CCS-2AZ-School_projector_Installation_CCS-1

In the pics seen here, our CCS CEO John Godbout is helping install projectors alongside his tech crew. He remarked that he’s excited that these upgraded projectors will help teachers bring more to the lessons this school year.

With more of these digital projectors going into schools, integrated digital presentations will become much more the standard. The city of Scottsdale has benefited over the past seven years with increased technology in the schools.

According the Arizona Republic, the school district has enjoyed the benefits of a property tax capital override of about $10 million that helped pay for items like playground equipment, furniture, musical equipment and textbooks. And nearly half that amount ($4.7 million) was spent on technology needs like electronic whiteboards and integrated A/V systems, including projectors like those shown.

Across the US, school districts have been putting in as much technology into the schools as budgets allow. And the pressure on school districts to emphasize teacher tech learning is on the rise, too. Taken together, this brings K-12 technology to the forefront, opening up doors for CCS Presentation Systems to bring great audio-visual solutions to schools.

CCS Presentation Systems is today one of the largest A/V integrators in the United States, serving customers in corporate, government and education markets. Our 350+ employees at sales offices in 13 states provide integration, installation, maintenance and training services for a wide variety of audio and video equipment, including LCD & plasma displays, digital projectors, interactive whiteboards, integrated room control systems, audio systems, HD video- conferencing systems and more. Contact CCS Presentation Systems today for all of your audio-visual solutions.

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Hitachi Offers Up Two New Projectors for Use in Schools and Business

by CCSNevada August 5, 2014

Our CCS manufacturing partner Hitachi America recently unveiled two new projector models that offer audio-visual solutions to business users in schools, companies, government offices and entertainment venues. Hitachi expanded its Interactive projector lineup by introducing the Hitachi CP-TW3003 and the CP-TW2503, two bright projector models that offer improved image quality, wireless networking and flexible connectivity. […]

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Why Restaurants Are Switching to Digital Signage with Menu Features

by CCSSoutheast July 29, 2014

Digital signage is in and the hand-lettered menu board is out in many medium-to-large restaurants in the US. Digital signage is simply more cost-effective and eye-catching for customers, while offering full flexibility to restaurant owner-operators. Restaurant managers can use digital signage and similar audio-visual solutions to help manage restaurant menu changes, price variances, and image […]

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New Line of Interactive Digital Displays for Schools and Businesses

by CCSMidatlantic July 25, 2014

Schools and businesses should take a close look at the new lineup of wireless digital LED displays introduced recently by Panasonic. Panasonic’s fully interactive LED digital displays are under the LFB70 series banner. The new series of displays showcase amazing visual clarity, come in three sizes (50”, 65” and 80”), and are packed with state […]

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5 Benefits of Commercial Grade Digital Signage

by CCSCentralStates July 22, 2014

As digital signage becomes more popular with schools, businesses, restaurants/bars, and other venues, some business operators are looking to shave costs on equipment, installation and overall usage. As prices of consumer use digital displays aimed at homeowners continue to drop, some business owners are opting in and choosing these displays for their business and commercial […]

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Chief Video Wall Mounts Highlight Ease of Use

by CCSMidwest July 17, 2014

Clients from schools to restaurant chains are increasingly using mounting solutions for video wall displays. Chief Manufacturing, a partner with CCS Presentation Systems on digital signage mounts, has several solutions that are useful to schools, casinos, restaurants, entertainment venues, and corporate offices. The growth of digital signage has been a boon to the rise in […]

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Video Walls – Casino Arizona at Salt River – Case Study

by CCSSouthwest July 10, 2014

Casino Arizona is one of some 20-plus casinos operating in Arizona, and it’s one of 22 Indian tribal casinos in the state. The latest numbers available for revenue at Arizona’s 22 tribal casinos show that revenues grew by about $50 million to $1.8 billion in 2012, from almost $1.75 billion in 2011. So it’s big […]

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New LED Video Wall Tiles Launched by Christie

by CCSColorado July 8, 2014

Christie, the CCS Presentation Systems manufacturing partner and global leader in top audio-visual solutions, introduced the Christie Velvet high-resolution video tile at INFOCOMM 2014. These indoor LED panels are available to customers in retail, museums, company lobbies, casinos and multi-use entertainment venues can find optimum applications for the Christie Velvet line of LED panels. Customers […]

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SMART Launches New Real-Time Digital Capture Board at InfoComm 2014

by CCSNewEngland July 3, 2014

InfoComm 2014 brought all types of new advancements in digital signage and audio-video solutions from our CCS manufacturing partners, like Christie, Epson and SMART. And included in these innovations is SMART Technologies’ new SMART kapp™ Digital Capture Board, introduced during InfoComm in Las Vegas. SMART hopes that its new board will take dry-erase boards out of […]

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