Hospitality, Hotels Audio Visual Technology and Services


The hospitality sector has been one that has benefited significantly from audio visual technology in recent years.

Hotels, conference facilities and visitor attractions have all taken advantage of new technologies from video conferencing to digital signage, and collaborative meeting spaces to sophisticated presentation media, in order to give their guests, customers and visitors a great experience, helping provide new revenue streams for meeting room services.

The latest receptions, rooms and audio visual systems designed and installed by Carillion Communications deliver crystal clear sound and vision, which create a wow factor as well as highly productive work and entertainment spaces.

Carillion works closely with customers to design and specify professional audio visual solutions that meet the operational and investment needs of the leisure and hospitality industries and the customers they serve.

Carillion can advise on maximum-impact presentation systems and advanced display technologies that help to create event and environments to remember.

One of the most frequently heard testimonials of users of the latest audio visual technology is that they can’t believe how easy it is to use, which reduces the need for continuous training and extensive IT support. 

Carillion’s hospitality and leisure installations are fully integrated and, though managed from a single source, capable of delivering high-quality multimedia to locations throughout your venue.

Whether you are interested in providing innovative services to delegates, or promoting your venue to visitors and guests, Carillion will work closely with you to produce a detailed proposal that covers equipment recommendations in an easy to understand way, together with cost options and expansion potential, so that you get the maximum return on investment from your audio visual budget.

Carillion has 20 years’ experience rolling out video conferencing (VC) solutions

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