Mexico. A set of integrated and coordinated solutions presented Grupo Niza to its customers in Mexico City. From smart and extensively operated displays, to connectivity solutions, along with optimization devices for offices and conference rooms, were showcased.
"We present some solutions that may interest them and also that they see the support we provide as the Nice Group. In December 2022, we were recognized as the world's largest integrator. We are selected among the 150 best Mexican companies, a recognition made by Deloitte, Banamex and Tec de Monterrey, where we are certified not only as a professional company, but as a company with the appropriate and quality processes for you," said Óscar Maguey, Commercial Director of Grupo Niza.
He added: "We are always looking for innovative solutions, with the growing trend in innovation. In the pandemic, everyone had to go to Zoom, Teams, but we want to get to the next level. The collaboration has a lot of room for growth, but we are also maturing our expansion in different countries. We are implementing projects in Chile, Colombia, Argentina, Costa Rica, we continue to grow in those markets and incorporate in different business verticals."
The presentation of solutions was attended by representatives of Netflix, Pemex, Claro Shop, among other companies, to learn in detail about the solutions offered by the integrator. "Synergy is what makes the difference, with our partners, with our allies, that's what gives strength to the chain. We are promoting the use of these technologies so that for the benefit of the business we can have benefits in the end," said Rodrigo Cornejo, Country Manager Mexico & Director of LATAM Channels at Barco.
For her part, Linda Sánchez, Legrand's commercial advisor, explained the advantages of the products offered by the company's various brands. "This is our characteristic, that we make collaborative spaces look nice and tidy like this place." He shared with the attendees the advantages, mainly of racks for conference rooms, that Legrand offers to its customers.
Likewise, Nancy León, B2B Business Development Manager at Samsung Electronics Mexico, highlighted the advantages of incorporating the brand's technological developments, aimed at the areas of AV, digital signage, and consumer industries: "Although we know that the market is being flooded with screens, there is a large market for the part of professional screens for corporate and entertainment businesses."
During the event, held in Mexico City, innovative solutions from companies such as Barco, Samsung, Legrand, Cambium Networks and Christie were presented.
Text written by Vlad Martínez for AVI Latin America.