Allentown, PA, October, 26, 2016 — Vistacom Inc., announces that Mark Ripley, Software Development Manager has reached Crestron Silver Master Programmer status while Ed Schmoyer, Ron Stangl, and Lewis Paulino of the Programming Team are all now designated Crestron Certified Programmers.
A Crestron certified programmer holds the highest respect in the industry, due to the rigorous training, extensive experience, and stringent testing required before achieving "Crestron Certified" status. In order to help Crestron certified programmers, stay up-to-date, each year CTI offers exclusive and specialized "Masters Classes" that are invitation-only to Crestron certified programmers. Ripley is one of only 232 Crestron Silver Masters in the country.
After successfully completing the extensive Crestron Road to Certification training series, Schmoyer, Stangl and Paulino recognize that the certification sets the organization at a higher level of standards and expectations in the industry. With its extensive training and high testing standards, the title of Crestron Certified Programmer, CCP, signifies a superior level of quality in control programming. This distinction is one of many industry certifications that the global technology solutions provider has in its repertoire.
“Vistacom, Inc. is incredibly proud of the accomplishments of our Programming team,” stated Jim Ferlino, President of Vistacom. “The knowledge and skillset developed in preparing for these certifications allows them to not only create unique solutions for our clients, but to bring them to fruition.”
Vistacom was founded in 1954 for the development and sale of state-of-the-art sound and emergency alert systems, and has since grown into a premier audiovisual integration firm. Vistacom's certified engineers and experienced technicians combine the latest technologies in audio, video, communication, and control systems into a cohesive and manageable format to improve the quality and effectiveness of business communications. Visit www.vistacominc.com to learn more.