Crestron Wins Three SVI Awards
Continuing an award-winning start to the year, Crestron has yet again been successful in the SVI Trade Awards – winning in not one, but in THREE categories! Voted by the trade, these awards prove how popular Crestron and its products are within the Automation & Controls industry and how they are continually growing and impressing the market.
As well as winning Best Manufacturer and Best Home Automation System, Crestron won Best User Control Product for the TPS-6X, which has been proving popular by winning a number of awards.
“It is always an achievement to win one award in this industry, but to win three, we are extremely proud,” says Crestron International Sales Director, Robin Van Meeuwen. “These awards are great as they are voted by the trade. We feel this provides us a good insight into what the trade thinks and gives us good feedback on Crestron’s continuous striving towards developing new and better products.”
After winning at the InAvation Awards at the beginning of the month and now being successful with the SVI Awards, Crestron hope to continue its winning streak at the CEDIA Awards in April. Crestron had a successful 2008 after releasing over 60 new product developments. As they continue to grow, a thriving 2009 is what they are aiming for.
For nearly 40 years Crestron has been the world’s leading manufacturer of advanced control and automation systems, innovating technology and reinventing the way people live and work. Offering integrated solutions to control audio, video, computer, IP and environmental systems, Crestron streamlines technology, improving the quality of life for people in corporate boardrooms, conference rooms, classrooms, auditoriums, and in their homes. Crestron’s leadership stems from its dedicated people who are committed to providing the best products, programs and services in the industry.
In addition to its World Headquarters in Rockleigh, New Jersey, Crestron has sales and support offices throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe, Asia, Latin America and Australia.