Albuquerque NM ISTS Lighting Automation Support & System Startup Relaunched

Integrated Systems Tech Services have announced the relaunch of their lighting automation support and system start-up program. The service caters to lighting control and automation manufacturers looking for program and start-up support without internal tech overheads.

Albuquerque, United States - September 17, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

Integrated Systems Tech Services, a leader in 3rd party lighting and automation start-up and commissioning services across the United States, has relaunched their lighting automation support and system start-up program. The program is designed to take the strain off manufacturers in need of assistance to program and start-up their systems, so rather than hiring full-time techs, they can now use a 3rd party service when and where needed.

More information is available at https://integratedsystemstech.com

Relaunched due to popular demand, the Lighting Automation Support and System Start-up Program reduces company overheads and allows manufacturers to get on with what they do best. So, instead of allocating ‘much needed’ resources to support and set-up, manufacturers can devote time to creating state-of-the-art products to get ahead of their competition.

By hiring specialist techs, manufacturers also know that they are getting experienced technicians, certified and upskilled so that they keep abreast of the latest and greatest developments within the industry. Plus, these techs can design and manage a project from start to completion, and they can provide ongoing service and maintenance, reducing downtime, and keeping clients satisfied.

Integrated Systems Tech specialist care is essential for high-tech equipment. Not having the right techs on-hand when needed can reduce company credibility. And in a fast-paced world, this specialist knowledge is what sets one company apart from another and keeps their clients coming back for years to come.

Providing a full project and database management service, as well as on-site commissioning, troubleshooting and technical support for commercial energy control and A/V manufacturer, dealers and building owner needs, Integrated Systems Tech prides themselves on offering accurate automation control solutions for any commercial or high-end residential set-up.

A spokesperson for Integrated Systems Tech said, “Location is not a factor for our company. With techs in New Mexico, Arizona, Texas, Florida, Massachusetts, and New Jersey we travel anywhere, and we are your go-to techs from design to management, through to start-up and training, along with service and maintenance of all systems.

To find out more about Integrated System Tech Services and the relaunch of their Lighting Automation Support and System Start-up Program, visit the link above. Website visitors can learn more about the company and its services.

Contact Info:
Name: Jocelyn Rodriguez
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Organization: Integrated Systems Technology Services
Address: 317 Commercial Street Northeast Suite A. PMB 470, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87102, United States
Phone: +1-855-475-0243
Website: https://integratedsystemstech.com/

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88918403

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