Commercial-Residential Crossover in the Electronic Systems Industry

Commercial-Residential Crossover in the Electronic Systems Industry


August 24, 2010
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Commercial-Residential Crossover in the Electronic Systems Industry

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The market for electronics systems is not solely divided among residential and commercial/pro sectors. Indeed, there is some crossover with the installer, dealer and integrator sectors as well. How entrenched is the crossover and what explains it? Is the crossover with installers, dealers and integrators by design or is it more opportunity driven? What are the opportunities and challenges for each sector? The recent Commercial-Residential Crossover in the Electronic Systems Industry study conducted by the National Systems Contractors Association (NSCA) in partnership with CEA explores the opportunities, challenges and perspectives of each sector as well as any areas of overlap. Manufacturers, retailers, builders and installers will find extremely pertinent information for anyone involved in the home theater, automation and MRAV space.



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