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S&L Named 2016 North American Partner of the Year by StarLeaf

StarLeaf 2017 Partner Conference DMP (139 of 166)

S&L Named 2016 North American Partner of the Year by StarLeaf

May 9, 2017 London, United Kingdom

In May, at StarLeaf’s Annual Partner Conference in London, England, S&L was named North American Partner of the Year for 2016. Jason Jones, President and CEO of S&L Integrated was at the conference to accept the award from StarLeaf Chief Technology Officer William MacDonald.

“StarLeaf selected S&L based on dedication to the brand, seeking out innovative technology solutions for clients and being the top reseller in North America,” said William MacDonald, StarLeaf.

S&L is the leader in sales and integration for StarLeaf products in the U.S. and continues to demonstrate the greatest potential for growth with the brand.

“We are excited to be named Partner of the Year,” said Jones. “Recognitions and partnerships help S&L provide better technologies to our clients.”

StarLeaf is an international company offering reliable hardware and integrated video conferencing and voice in the cloud. The StarLeaf Cloud was developed from the ground up and doesn’t rely on third-party products, ensuring customers have a reliable and feature-rich user experience.

“Many of our customers need video teleconferencing and StarLeaf provides several options that are simple to deploy, look great and work well,” said Jones. “We lead with StarLeaf products over other VTC solutions.”

StarLeaf solutions are compatible with many existing endpoints and connect to other web-based VTC solutions, which is also appealing to customers.

S&L continues to invest significant time into developing relationships with partners such as StarLeaf.

“We believe that strong relationships with our business partners give us an advantage in the industry, which in turn helps provide better solutions to our clients,” said Jones.

S&L is excited to have StarLeaf as a valuable business partner and to continue using StarLeaf products to develop reliable customer technology solutions..

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We’ve Moved!

S&L Moves Operations to Thomasville

THOMASVILLE, GA — May 09, 2016

When I began a rebranding project including developing a website in October of 2014, owner and CEO Jason Jones revealed then that a move to Thomasville was already in the works; S&L was growing and it had long been his wish to move his company to the City of Roses.

The 20,000 square-foot facility was designed by architect Raymond Finger. It features a massive storefront with floor to ceiling windows, chiseled concrete and redwood siding. The purpose-built facility has 13 offices for sales, support and clerical staff, an oversized lounge area, three restrooms, a lobby, a video conferencing-capable boardroom with breakout rooms and an area for up to ten technicians, racks and service audio/visual equipment.

The largest portion of the building is occupied by 12,500 square-feet of warehouse space for rental equipment and to serve as a holding location for AV gear awaiting installation.

Construction was overseen by JCI Contractors. Interior space colors and finishes were selected by Clay Byars who also oversaw the rebranding. Many of the cabinets and counters were built and installed by International Design and Display Group. Lots of preparation and perspiration went into the construction and move.

S&L moved from a 7,500 square-foot warehouse in Cairo’s industrial park.

— Clay Byars

 

About S&L

S&L provides Integrated Audio, Video, Lighting and Control Systems for Business, Government, Education, Healthcare, Worship and Live Production. We believe in listening to our clients’ needs and fitting a solution to their budget and timeframe. After installation, we provide the training and support needed for client peace of mind.

Clay Byars Director of Communication and Marketing
S&L Integrated | 7 Midway Rd.,, Thomasville, GA 31757 | (229) 977-4615 | clayb@slintegrated.com

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Getting Closer To Moving In

Getting Closer To moving In

After a cold Tuesday morning site meeting this week, I walked around the almost finished S&L Integrated campus in Thomasville, snapping photos of the progress.

All the walls are painted in tones and tints of blue and grey. Bathroom fixtures are in, interior glass has been installed, the ceiling grid has been hung awaiting tiles and the front lobby wood siding is almost complete.

Outside earthmoving machinery is constantly grading, preparing for paving, NeSmith Nursery is planting trees and shrubs and irrigation is going in the ground.

Lots of things have to be completed before the twenty plus employees move into the new Thomasville home. Flooring still has to be laid, office furniture has to be purchased, as well as mirrors and hallway lights hung. Tables and counters need to be built and a number of other tedious tasks have to be completed before moving day.

Stay connected for updates.

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Seven Midway Road Update 1.3

Seven Midway Road Update 1.3

There has been a lot of activity at the future site of S&L in Thomasville Georgia.
Flocks of geese have made the five acre lot and retention pond their new home over the past couple of weeks, perhaps anticipating the delivery of building materials as much as the team at S&L.

After the concrete slab was poured and the cement cured, the structural steel was delivered to the site on August 11. The following Monday workers began erecting the 12,500 square-foot warehouse structure.

Stay tuned for more progress the new building and on our upcoming new branding rollout.

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Mondopad 2.0

Mondopad 2.0 Demo

Recently James Griffiths from Infocus came by to demo the new Mondopad 2.0. It has some amazing technology and useful tools for classrooms, board rooms or huddle spaces.

Mondopad 2.0 Demo

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It’s Official!

On a beautiful, sunny and warm May morning, the S&L team, family and ambassadors from the Thomasville Chamber of Commerce gathered at 7 Midway Drive in Thomasville, Georgia, to officially break ground for S&L Integrated Systems’ new facility. Jason Jones described the layout of the new building for ambassadors and friends.

Although the ground was broken a few weeks ago, the brief ceremony generated excitement from local business owners and Darlene Taylor, State Representative.

The new 20,000 square foot facility will feature 7500 square feet of office space for techs, salespeople and management as well as a lobby, showroom and conference room. Additionally, there will be a three-bay warehouse with a dedicated loading dock for semi trucks. The new building’s exterior was inspired by Starbucks in Seattle, Washington, and the interior design was inspired by Google headquarters in New York.

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S&L Helps Brookwood Move Full STEAM Ahead

S&L Helps Brookwood Move Full STEAM Ahead

S&L Integrated Systems collaborated with Brookwood School to design a state-of-the-art learning environment for the middle school’s STEAM lab. The system is centered around a 70” Sharp Aquos Annotation Touch Display that allows the teacher to collaborate with and control students’ computers from the display wirelessly, through an addition desktop or by connecting through a HDMI port. A high end Tannoy Dual Concentric LR Audio System with ceiling subs were integrated with the display to enhance the overall learning experience. Everything is controlled with a Crestron wireless controller.

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