The National Systems Contractors Association (NSCA), the leading not-for-profit association representing the commercial integration industry, is constantly looking for new ways that their integration industry members can help the customers they serve – technology decision makers like you.
The most recent endeavor from NSCA is conducting an anonymous survey of integrators and technology managers to learn more about how integrators can better serve their customers as we move on from the COVID-19 pandemic and begin to return to the office.
“NSCA is an association of integration companies that provide communication, collaboration, security, health, and life safety technology solutions to organizations,” says Tom LeBlanc, Director of Industry Outreach, NSCA. “Since the pandemic hit we’ve been paying close attention what end user organizations will need from a technology standpoint to optimize their spaces for post-pandemic work. We know that integration companies are in a prime position to deliver these solutions – and to be more valuable than ever to their customers.”
What NSCA is most interested in learning is what the future of the workplace will look like in the eyes of technology managers. How many people will be in the office and for how many days? What measures are being taken to address work-at-home needs for those employees that will be remote or on a hybrid schedule? What type of technology are you implementing within the office to meet these needs as well?
NSCA will also be conducting research of integrators to learn how things look from both sides of the technology integration spectrum. Integrators can give an overview of what customers are doing in general, while technology managers can be more specific about their interanal organizational plans.
“The research stemming from this survey will help NSCA create resources and better equip our member integration companies to solve their customers’ back-to-work challenges,” says LeBlanc. “We’ll also share the research with MyTechDecisions so organizations can learn how others are preparing to adapt to post-pandemic work.”
Click here to take the 10-minute survey and help NSCA learn more about what’s ahead for technology integration.