CCS training

Don’t forget about summer training classes through CCS

SUMMER TRAINING TO SHARPEN EDUCATOR SKILLS The main focus of providing audio visual training, especially over the summer, is to allow educators the time they simply do not have during the year to relax, have fun, and learn about the technologies they currently have in the classroom that they would like to know more about,…


Telemedicine – AV technology in healthcare

According to, telemedicine (which may also be referred to as tele-health, e-health or virtual healthcare) “seeks to improve a patient’s health by permitting two-way, real time interactive communication between the patient, and the physician or practitioner at the distant site. This electronic communication means the use of interactive telecommunications equipment that includes, at a…

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CCS President’s Club awards CCS team members for excellence in customer service

CCS Presidents Club event in Sedona – March 31-April 3. (Picture caption) Top salespeople from across the country joined together in Sedona, AZ to celebrate their achievement with CCS owners and manufacturing partners. Winners included (l to r) – Abe Assad, Cassie Wells, Heather Trenholm, Tony Piowarsy, John Trimble, and Zach Potter (not shown). The…

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Congratulations Janice Flynn of CCS New England!

Janice Flynn has been promoted to Financial Operations Manager for CCS New England. She has been a valued employee for the last 9 years as our Accountant. Janice will be responsible for our annual audits, financial reporting, A/P, A/R and commissions. Congratulations to Janice!

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Amy Saucier joins CCS New England

Amy Saucier joins CCS New England as their new HR and Payroll Manager

Amy Saucier – Amy Saucier has joined CCS New England as our Human Resources and Payroll Manager. She will be responsible for managing employee benefits, renewals, onboarding, employee consultations and payroll. Welcome Amy!

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CCS New England exhibiting at MassBuys

Hosted by the Operational Services Division (OSD), MASSBUYS is the largest business to government tradeshow in Massachusetts. Designed exclusively for Commonwealth Statewide Contractors and public purchasing and procurement officials, this event provides a one-of-a-kind opportunity to network with both public procurement officials and the supplier community. This event offers both buyers and vendors a unique…

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The verdict is in: AV systems will shape the future of the judiciary process

Today’s courtrooms are facing unprecedented technological demands, unlike anything that their predecessors faced in the 19th and 20th centuries. Extron Electronics has outlined the needs of the ever evolving judicial facility and specifically the courtroom of the near future. Municipal budgets will be strategically focused on infrastructure and transportation efficiency in the coming years, leaving…

CCS ANytime

CCS Anytime – A savvy understanding is just a click away

CCS Anytime offers a wide range of highly interactive courses that you can take entirely over the Internet. All of the courses include expert instructors, many of whom are nationally known authors. Our online courses are affordable, fun, fast, convenient, and geared just for you. We offer a huge library of online courses through Ed2go,…

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CCS New England is holding a Technology Showcase with all the best in the biz

Visit the CCS New England location on Thursday, March 31st for the New England Technology Showcase, featuring products from over 30 audio visual manufacturers and innovators…including SMART, Mimio, Epson, Crestron, Samsung and more. The CCS New England staff will be on site to answer any questions you may have and demo the latest and greatest…

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Classrooms on camera – controversial or critical?

By Wayne D’Orio, Scholastic Administrator Is it inevitable that someday soon every classroom in every school will be vIdeotaped? That sounds crazy, but here’s how some districts are benefitting from video. Gary Shattuck thought he knew a bad idea when he heard one. In 2011, Shattuck, the director of technology and media services for Newton…