Kramer's First "Road Show" Training Event a Tremendous Success!

Kramer's Continued Commitment to Educational Opportunities Clearly Demonstrated in Chicago

Kramer Electronics' Designing in a Digital Age Road Show, training event held on March 20, 2012 in Chicago, IL, was an immense success. A packed house of over 80 attendees joined Kramer and other road show sponsors, for a one day technology workshop that taught how to design and implement professional digital AV solutions.


"The response to our first Kramer Academy Road Show was overwhelming. Numerous Kramer clients had previously indicated that they would like to gain a better understanding of how to design and work with digital signals; resulting in this conception of the Kramer Road Show," stated Malissa Dillman, Director of Training and Education at Kramer Electronics.

Kramer's Road Show entitled Designing in a Digital Age provides attendees with a full understanding of digital signals, how to design and avoid common mistakes with EDID, HDMI and HDCP. "The most successful and unique component of the Kramer Academy Road Show was the concept of taking only one day to delve into all aspects of digital systems design. We completed the day employing what we had learned into real world applications; it is an extremely comprehensive training program," Dillman continued. The entire event was free of charge, and participants also earned 10 InfoComm CTS Renewal Units for attending.

In addition to Kramer, other sponsors of this highly successful event in Chicago were Da-Lite, Chief, Biamp, Salitek and Mitsubishi. Attendees not only received a great education and 10 InfoComm CTS RU's, they also were provided with a wonderful breakfast and lunch. Plus, several attendees also won door prizes, including one lucky attendee that took home a brand new Apple® iPad®.

Kramer believes that your time is valuable and we continue to strive to bring commercial free educational offerings of high value directly to our clients through our Kramer Academy. Wherever there is an audience, Kramer stands ready to provide training services at your desired location. Invite our instructors to your office for an afternoon of education, a lunch and learn, regional trade shows, or ask us to conduct a webinar for your team; our Kramer Academy will bring the education and training that you need to stay current with the latest trends in technology.

Due to the tremendous success in Chicago, more of these educational opportunities will be added to our 2012 schedule. Watch for a Kramer Road Show training event coming to a location near you soon!

For more information on all Kramer Academy courses, please visit www.kramerus.com.

Kramer Academy Director Malissa Dillman and Kramer Consultant Pete Putman will also be presenting at the upcoming 2012 InfoComm show in Las Vegas. For more information on their presentations, visit www.infocommshow.org. Kramer will be exhibiting in booth #N1240 at InfoComm; stop by to see our exciting new products!

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