Vanti’s attendance at ISE 2016 in February was full of highlights – our CEO Mike Brooman gave an informative and engaging talk on the future of Smart Building, we met a wide range of interesting companies in our industry and beyond, and we ended up coming home with not one, but two incredible awards for our innovative work on United Business Media’s new London HQ.
Next week, Amsterdam’s RAI Exhibition and Convention Centre plays host to Integrated Systems Europe 2016, the world’s fastest-growing and best-attended show for professional audio-visual and electronic systems. As an internationally-operating audio-visual and IT systems integrator, Vanti will be in attendance at the Smart Building Conference and Integrated Systems Europe show to forge new partnerships, keep up to date with the evolution of the industry and promote our services.
Vanti CEO Mike Brooman will be speaking at the Smart Building Conference; his presentation, entitled ‘The Battle for Smart Building; an Integrator’s Perspective’, will offer an overview of the current state of the smart building industry, and is certain to spark discussion between conference attendees. Vanti are big believers in working collaboratively for the benefit of our clients, partners, and the industry as a whole.
We look forward to seeing you there!
I recently had the opportunity to present Vanti’s thoughts on Smart & Intelligent Buildings during UK Construction Week 2015 at the NEC in Birmingham. We used the show as an opportunity to consolidate our research to date, engage in conversations with construction industry professionals and attempt to help answer the question ‘What really makes a Smart or Intelligent space?’
On the 6th-8th of October we are excited to be attending The Smart Building show as part of UK Construction Week at the NEC Birmingham. Our CEO Mike Brooman will be delivering the show’s key note presentation at 10am on Tuesday the 6th during which he will be outlining:
Congratulations to Jyoti on having been recognised by both Birmingham City University and Microsoft following her contribution to our Continuous Improvement initiative, underpinned by a huge amount of work on our business processes and internal systems.
It’s great to see Jyoti, who joined us following her Business and Information Technology degree, grow in to an accomplished Business Analyst and valued member of the Vanti team.
You can read the full article here: https://customers.microsoft.com/Pages/CustomerStory.aspx?recid=18345
This position offers a Senior Installation Engineer the opportunity to travel across client sites in the Midlands, London and the South East acting as an AV expert and a top representative. Your role will include taking responsibility for first and second-fix cabling and equipment installation and the basic setup of a wide-range of audio-visual and IT equipment. Expect to build rapport with people of all levels within the client companies and go the extra mile to ensure they all receive an excellent service.
Birmingham will host its first OpenCo event on Thursday 2nd October with five different sites across the city opening their doors to senior marketers, investors, developers, writers, technologists, start up founders, and policy makers.
Global IT Industry Trade Association to Honor Raj Patel at ChannelCon 2014 for Leadership and Industry Contributions
Raj has beenrecognised as a ChannelChanger and designated a future leader within the information technology (IT) industry channel by CompTIA, the IT Industry Trade Association. At 28, Raj is the Founder and Technical Director at Vanti and is credited with being the driving force behind the company’s continuing expansion of it’s Audio-Visual & IT consultancy and solutions businesses as well as diversification into new corporate and public sector markets.
We’re thrilled to announce that we’re now an award-winning team!
Our project work on the Library of Birmingham has been recognized and celebrated through winning the 2014 EMEA InAVation award for best Public Sector/ Government Facility.
In the past week I’ve seen two different business leaders ask the exactly the same question on LinkedIn and it’s one that we are frequently asked by clients – what’s the best CRM (Customer Relationship Management) / MRP (Manufacturing Resource Planning) / <insert business process here> application?
We also get asked this from a hardware perspective too – what’s the best video conferencing platform, multi-site collaboration tool, laptop, the list goes on…
In our fast-paced world of continual change we’ve lost sight of the fact that technology is a tool that helps us achieve things faster, to a higher quality or in a way that we weren’t able to before. We also fail to consider that in an era of almost infinite choice, what is best for one person may not be best for us or our organisation.
So whilst sales and marketing engines continue to tell us their solution is best for us, why not take a step back and challenge the assertion?
Business leaders – define how your organisation works (your business processes), who needs access to information (role definition) and how they want access to it (does everyone sit at a desk with a workstation, will they be stood in a collaboration space or do they need information available on mobile devices?)
Educationalists – define how you want learners to learn (pedagogy), how you want them to access and manipulate information (researching text data or watching videos and rendering 3D models?) as well as the environment you want them to do it in (individual research in a classroom or library or as a group in an immersive learning environment?)
Once you’ve defined why you want to change how you’re working, how you’re going to do it and what technology you need become incredibly easy to define.