In January (Iknow, I am a bit late posting this) we celebrated the ACSDI anniversaries of these three. Thank you guys for your hard work, dedication to making ACSDI such a success and for being so great to work with.
For those of you who were around the Twin Cities in the ‘70s you may remember Palmer Harbison as the keyboard player for a locally famous band named Fairchild. He didn’t become the world-famous rock star he thought he was going to be so naturally he went into the AV business. Years later Palmer worked his way up (mostly on the weekends) getting certified as a Crestron programmer. In 2003 things weren’t go
Most end users of an AV control system aren’t aware of the time consuming and expensive behind the scenes process that brought their touch panel to life. The control system is the backbone of the integrated AV system. A well-designed system is essential for a seamless and pleasant user experience. It is imperative that each programmer understand every project to properly address the end users needs. This is accom
All of us at ACSDI are wishing you 12 months of success, 52 weeks of laughter, 365 days of fun, 8760 hours of joy, 525600 minutes of good luck and 31536000 seconds of happiness. Here’s to a prosperous 2019 for all!
All of us at ACSDI wishes everyone a very Merry Christmas filled with peace, love and joy. To our customers, We thank you for your continued support and partnership. We look forward to working with you in the years to come!
All of us at ACSDI wish you all a very Happy Thanksgiving! There are so many things to be grateful for. Some of the many things we are grateful for are… our many wonderful customers our jobs our co-workers our families our friends and so much more. Enjoy the holiday!
In one word, patience. AV control systems and DSP programmers are the very last in a long line of professionals involved in the AV systems installation process. All the pressure is on them to bring the system to life (or bring it home as Palmer would say), make it work seamlessly and do it on schedule regardless of the delays that came before they were involved. Schedules can be ve