A.C. ProMedia, a distributor of AV products and technologies aimed at the fixed installation and architainment markets, is the new exclusive distributor of AUDAC audio solutions in North America. A.C. ProMedia will be managing the sales, distribution, and service of the complete AUDAC product line in North America from their offices in Toronto.
“We are excited to introduce the AUDAC family of audio products to the North American market,” remarks A.C. ProMedia Brand Manager Sarah Lima, who will oversee the line. “These high-quality products have proven to be a reliable solution around the world, and with their AUDAC Touch, you have an out-of-the-box application for UCI configuration. It allows you to merge together widgets in one screen and is accessible on any wireless device on your network.”
AUDAC’s CEO, Tom Van de Sande, adds: “We are delighted to be partnering with A.C. ProMedia for the introduction of our audio solutions into North America. Taking our innovative audio solutions to North America is a big step, but we believe that A.C. ProMedia has all the capabilities and expertise to make them the ideal partner for this opportunity.”
In addition to AUDAC Touch, the manufacturer's current offerings include matrix systems, sources, speakers, and amplifiers.
“The launch of AUDAC in North America provides the AV integrator or new dealer a beautifully engineered, high-quality, and more cost-effective solution for small- to mid-range audio installations. The proof is in the sound,” comments Mic Cardone, VP of Sales for A.C. ProMedia. “AUDAC is essential in building a complete solution of robust product offerings within A.C. ProMedia.”
To coincide with the launch of the AUDAC product range in North America, A.C. ProMedia will be hosting weekly informational webinars. To learn more and register, visit http://acpromedia.com/upcoming-events/informational-webinar-welcoming-audac.
For more information on the AUDAC range of audio solutions, visit: www.acpromedia.com/audac.
Photo: (L-R) AUDAC's Bart Vandermot, A.C. ProMedia's Sarah Lima & AUDAC's Tom Van de Sande