NSCA’s newly updated Members on the Map online directory provides the tools needed to find the right NSCA member for a project. With a couple of clicks, users can locate members specializing in the markets and technologies that they need. The service is free of charge.
“It’s a terrific way for industry professionals to promote their company and all the products and services they provide,” says Jodi Montgomery, NSCA's senior director of member services. “Anyone searching for your company will be linked back to your Website for more information. Members are frequently awarded projects as a result of their Members on the Map directory listing.”
NSCA corporate members update their company listing with all the markets they serve, such as corporate, houses of worship, education and others. Members also list all the types of equipment they represent or manufacture within the following categories: acoustics and audio, ancillary, automation and control systems, audio-visual, communications, digital signage, IT/data networks, lighting/staging, security/life safety, services and software, telephony and video.
Industry professionals, architects, engineers, facility managers, systems operators and end-users can use Members on the Map to find a match for a specific project. For example, a church wants to install a new audio-visual system in the sanctuary. By clicking on audio-visual under Technologies, users can search by zip code and region to locate the sub-specialists in the field. A school administrator may need to collect bids for a new theatrical lighting system; a quick check of Members on the Map will bring up trained systems integrators who can perform the work.
For more information and to conduct a search, go to www.nsca.org/directory.