Rockleigh, NJ (PressExposure) November 17, 2009 -- Crestron today announced that over 130 delegates converged at the Four Points by Sheraton in Sydney, Australia's picturesque Darling Harbour for the Second Annual Crestron Conference in early November. Along with the local Crestron team, the company's commitment to this region was clearly demonstrated by the attendance of Randy Klein, Crestron Executive Vice President; Jason Tirado, International Sales Director, and David Silberstein, Global Product Sales Specialist.
"This year's conference was focused on developing our customers' practical skills, and helping them grow their businesses with the wide range of Crestron products and solutions," said Jason Lewis, National Manager, Crestron Australia and New Zealand. New product instruction included DigitalMediaâ¢, the only complete, integrated solution for the digital age, and Prodigyâ¢ by Crestron, which delivers affordable, simple to use and easy to install home control.
The Crestron Awards Dinner honored the achievements of local dealers that are embracing Crestron integrated technology solutions, resulting in some of the most spectacular and innovative installations in the industry.
"We are really proud of all the winners - they are all diligent innovators who deserve to be recognized for their success," said Lewis. Randy Klein agreed, "Crestron congratulates each one of the winners in all of the categories, and we applaud their hard work, dedication and innovation in driving our industry forward."
This year Crestron presented awards in eight categories:
Best New Integrator Harvey Norman Commercial, Adelaide S.A.
Commercial Dealer of the Year Rutledge Engineering
Residential Dealer of the Year Integrated Systems QLD
New Zealand Dealer of the Year Resolution AV
Best Commercial Project AV Central - Flinders University FMC2 Theatre
Best Residential Project Visionx AV - Nachabe Residence
Best One Platform Project Electronic Living QLD - McKennariey Residence
Project of the Year 2009 Sound Advice - Questicon Japan Theatre