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xSolutions gets ready for FM’s

25 April 2012

The UK’s independent event for Audiovisual Communication Technology gets focused.

From infrastructure to interfaces, xSolutions is the UK event that demonstrates the power and capabilities integrated audiovisual technologies provide for every commercial facility and budget.
Following its debut last year, xSolutions 2012 will be offering a richer experience for visitors and is returning to ExCeL London, 3-4 October 2012.
“Since our debut event last year, we have invested time canvassing the industry finding out what worked and how we can improve the exhibitor / visitor experience for 2012, ” explains Dan Jago, Director, IML Group plc. “The 2011 event opened up a new steam of technology and services to end users throughout the UK, this has always been an important aspect to the rationale behind xSolutions,” commented Jago. He continues, “Communications whether delivering or sharing information, selling product, or protecting at work, rest and play, are dependent on audio, video and IT networking technologies. With the right technology in place you can ensure your workforce is more engaged, make your operations more efficient, improving communication and collaboration”.
As well as a two-day exhibition, xSolutions will feature a programme of industry and professional development and will include keynote speaker addresses, case studies and panel discussions. PFM is an official media partner for this event which takes place at ExCeL London , 3-4 October 2012.
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