Audio Visual Design Specialists Earn Crestron DMC-D Certification

Two audio visual design specialists of McCann Systems, an audio visual integrator with offices in NJ and St Louis, have earned Crestron DigitalMedia™ certifications.
By: McCann Systems, LLC
Audio Visual Systems Design & Integration
Audio Visual Systems Design & Integration
Sept. 16, 2010 - PRLog -- McCann Systems Sales Executives Mike Russo, CTS and Cory Crawford, CTS earned Crestron DigitalMedia™ Certified Designer (DMC-D) certification by successfully completing training and a comprehensive certification exam.  McCann Systems, an innovative design-build audio visual integrator, empowers employees through ongoing education and applauds the recent accomplishment of Mike Russo and Cory Crawford, members of the dedicated McCann Systems Sales Staff.

The DMC-D course and exam were held on September 10th at Crestron World Headquarters in Rockleigh, New Jersey.  As an authorized Crestron Dealer – the world’s leading manufacturer of advanced audio visual control and automation systems – McCann Systems technical sales executives are fully trained and qualified to design and configure Crestron DigitalMedia™ systems.  Crestron DigitalMedia™ is the solution for the digital age, able to distribute all analog and uncompressed HD digital signals as well as manage embedded data.

The DigitalMedia™ Certified Designer course is intended for industry professionals.  This full-day course provides all the skills necessary for designing and configuring a Crestron DigitalMedia™ system.  After passing the exam given at the end of the training, both Russo and Crawford achieved DigitalMedia™ Certified Designer (DMC-D) certification.  “The course started with an overview of the trends in digital media and walked you through design and configuration” said Mike Russo, CTS of McCann Systems.  “The course gave me a clear understanding of how the line of Crestron DigitalMedia™ products provide solutions to the challenges of the digital world”, added McCann Sales Executive Cory Crawford, CTS.

McCann Systems has integrated Creston control systems into a variety of corporate environments, including Conference Facilities, Museums & Exhibits , Retail & Hospitality venues, and Broadcast studios.  To learn more about their services, visit

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McCann Systems was founded by Frank McCann in 1996 as an audio visual design-build company. For 15 years, McCann Systems has delivered audio visual communication solutions for companies world-wide.  As a leading audio visual design integration specialist, McCann Systems offers strong technical expertise, complemented by high levels of creativity and precision.  McCann environments can be found in almost every major industry, such as advertising, broadcast, education, entertainment, finance, government, retail, institutional, hospitality, insurance and transportation.  Projects include CNN Communication Center in the Time Warner Center in New York City, CNN International in London, Barclays Sales Center in New York City, Bethel Woods Museum in Bethel NY, Elizabeth Arden on Fifth Avenue, NASDAQ’s OMX MarketSite studio in Times Square, NHL Powered by Reebok retail store and corporate offices in mid-town Manhattan, Nintendo World at Rockefeller Center, Medco Health, Client Solution Center in Franklin Lakes NJ, Empire BlueCross BlueShield in Brooklyn NY, JP Morgan Chase Manhattan Bank Command Center; and Boston University Visitors’ Center in Boston MA.  

McCann Systems opened their first Regional Office in St. Louis, Missouri in August, 2010.  The new Mid West office serves as a hub for McCann’s growing national corporate client base.  McCann’s new 5,000 square foot office houses fabrication facilities, engineering and production areas, a demonstration and mock-up area, warehouse capacity as well as office space and a state-of-the-art conference room.  

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