AVI-SPL Continues to Dominate the AV Industry—30+ days ago
Mission: AVI-SPL strives to give our customers empowering connections that improve the way they do business. We do this by making sure we have the best trained employees in the collaboration and AV industry, and by dedicating ourselves to realizing each customer’s vision.
AVI-SPL Continues to Dominate the AV Industry
AVI-SPL Wins 8th Consecutive Top Integrator of the Year Award.
AVI-SPL’s Story: An Innovative Future
For businesses, universities, hospitals, government facilities and Fortune 100 companies alike, AVI-SPL delivers superior audio-visual connections. Our projects range in size from boardrooms to 6-figure capacity stadiums, and everything in between. We’ve been ranked the Top Systems Integrator by Systems Contractor News since 2008, and were named the 2011 Integrator of the Year by Commercial Integrator magazine, who lauded us for our "commitment to raising industry standards and creating more awareness of certifications."
We’ve come a long way from our small beginnings in 1979, when Audio Visual Innovations founder Martin Schaffel was selling Kroy Lettering Machines. Back then, the lettering machine created effective and efficient communications for architecture and engineering firms. Technology has advanced immensely since then,especially in the past decade, but we've always operated with the future in-mind. Our innovative mindset has led us to partner with major tech giants, giving us first-access to revolutionary products and allowing our technicians to learn from the experts most familiar with the new technology. Our progessive actions assisted us in becoming the first multi-national integrator to earn an APEx Certification, a distinction that recognizes AudioVisual Provider Excellence based on the number of employees holding key industry certifications, including InfoComm’s CTS credential, completion of continuing education classes, and positive customer survey responses.
The future is happening and AVI-SPL's forward-thinking and commitment to providing the necessary tools to our talented team members will ensure we maintain our status as industry leader for years to come. Our evolution from small beginnings to on the leading edge of audiovisual system design, build, integration and support for video conferencing, AV systems, digital media, unified communications and collaboration, intelligent building control and advanced visualization is proof of that.
Who you'd be working with
Remember what it's like to work with talented individuals, working toward a common goal, and having fun while doing so? Feels good doesn't it? Whether you are on-site or support, we are always on the lookout for top industry talent who exudes pride and enjoyment throughout a project's lifecycle.
What you can accomplish
Remaining stagnant bores us. Keeping the pedal to the metal as we drive to the next innovation, on the otherhand, is exciting. If you share this mindset, we offer the unmatched industry training, top of the line resources, and the relaxed and fun culture necessary to help employees reach their max potentially, personally and professionally.
It's understandable. You did a great job and want to reap the benefits of your awesomeness. We get it, and we reward it. On top of a highly-competitive benefits package, (shown below) you can also expect a raise for a job well done, be voted AVI-SPL Champion of the Month, opportunity to advance within the company, take part in fun & games for a chance to win prizes during AV Month in October, and much more.
AVI-SPL maintains the following certifications in order to provide industry leading services and support:
I have been working at AVI-SPL full-time
Some of the most competent people in the industry. Benefits are improving.
Still trying to grow out of small, family business context.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took a week. I interviewed at AVI-SPL (Herndon, VA).
Fairly laid back guy, showed me around the place, asked me a few questions, nothing technical, really a pretty poor interview process for the level of expense they dole out per employee immediately after hiring. I find it to be irresponsible and inadequate. If I were the boss I would be angry.
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