SOUTHFIELD, MI -- (Marketwire) -- 02/13/13 -- BlueWater Technologies, a national provider of Audio Visual Integration, Meeting & Event Technology, Digital Media Solutions, and Custom Fixtures and Displays, announces its expansion into the Indianapolis, Indiana business district to support its current and growing clientele.
"Indianapolis is one of the fastest growing cities in the country and BlueWater has a vested interest in being a part of this city's growth," said BlueWater's Chief Executive Officer Tom Battaglia. "Some of our largest clients are in the area, such as technology-to-becks-superior-hybrids-new-research-building%2f">Beck's Hybrid and Buffalo Wild Wings, and it is good business for us to open a new location in Indianapolis."
Custom AV solutions are in high demand for business owners wanting to utilize technology to make working environments more efficient and collaborative. With nearly 30 years of experience as audio visual integrators, BlueWater is offering Indiana businesses its expertise in engineering and installing state-of-the-art conference room presentation automation, video conferencing, control and automation, and digital signage. BlueWater's seasoned engineers, system designers, and installation teams develop solutions to fully support an organization's communication needs and maximize its productivity.
In addition to providing corporate AV technology, BlueWater is also known for its technology%2f">meeting & event technology, digital media solutions, and custom fixtures and displays for many Fortune 500 companies. BlueWater's unique business diversity results in one of the most unique workforces in the industry.
"The BlueWater team consists of some of the best talent in the country, which reflects in the quality of our work and the strong relationships with our clients," said Battaglia. "When BlueWater began recruiting for the Indianapolis office, we wanted local professionals with the industry expertise, knowledge, and technical aptitude to deliver the first class service BlueWater is known for providing its clients."
BlueWater's Indianapolis team has more than 40 years' combined experience in AV and meeting and event technology. New team members include Senior Account Executive Mark Fox, Senior Account Executive Reggie Lyons, and Operations Manager Travis Combs. BlueWater's reputation with its vendors and clients, and its unique business diversity was alluring to all three new team members.
"BlueWater has the internal resources to take on large and complex projects and see them through to successful completion," said Combs. "Throughout my career I've seen technology projects fail, or not reach the full potential, because the company was unable to provide the necessary resources. This will not happen with BlueWater, as the company is known for meeting and exceeding client expectations and I'm proud to be a member of this team."
BlueWater is committed to the Indiana market and will continue to hire local talent to support its continued expansion.
About BlueWater Technologies
Driven by technology, BlueWater Technologies has more than 25 years' experience of helping its technology%2f">clients connect with millions of customers and employees every day with its innovative technology solutions. Initially established as a custom AV rental and staging house, BlueWater evolved into a national provider of technology%2f">Meeting & Event Technology Digital Media, Audio Visual Integration, and Custom Displays and Fixtures. BlueWater specializes in the design, engineering and implementation of custom technology solutions for live events, video conferencing, experiential marketing, interactive displays, lead generation capabilities, and more that exceeds its clients' expectations. Learn more about BlueWater at www.BlueWaterTech.com.
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