Unlocking AV Consulting Services | Digicom

At Digicom, our team of expert audio visual consultants specialise in delivering tailored AV solutions for businesses of all sizes and across sectors including Financial Services, Pharmaceutical, Tech, Government and Education. 

Trusted by organisations in need of setting up meeting spaces or implementing working from home technology solutions, our audio visual consultants ensure your AV needs are met with expertise and precision.


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Our Approach

Investing in audio visual more than just the tech – it’s a strategic move to enhance collaboration and productivity. 

With our wealth of resources, knowledge, and experience, our AV consultancy services ensure that every project, regardless of size or objectives, receives a tailored AV solution.

Why Choose Digicom’s AV Consultants?

Proven Expertise: Our consultants have a strong history of improving business performance in various industries, from basic setups to more complex AV projects.

Tailored Support: We work closely with you to understand your specific needs, ensuring our services fit perfectly and eliminate any of your current pain points.

Accessible Assistance: With our remote support, you’ll have peace of mind that someone is always available to help, ensuring your AV solutions work no matter where you are.

Explore Our AV Solutions

From meeting room setups, AV as a Service, video conferencing, remote working tech and virtual events, we provide the tech that connects your people and workspaces. 

Explore our offerings to find the perfect fit for your business.


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Learn from Experience

Gain valuable insights and inspiration for your own AV projects by delving into our collection of case studies. 

See firsthand how Digicom has helped businesses collaborate seamlessly following our AV consultancy service.


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What is an av consultant?

An AV consultant is a professional who specialises in audio visual (AV) technology and its applications across various industries. 

They provide expert guidance and advice on AV equipment, systems integration, design, installation, and maintenance to meet the specific needs and goals of clients.


What does an AV person do?

An AV person, also known as an audio visual technician or specialist, is responsible for designing, installing, configuring, and maintaining AV systems. 

They work with clients to understand their requirements, select appropriate equipment, set up AV infrastructure, troubleshoot technical issues, and ensure optimal performance of audio visual components such as projectors, displays, sound systems, microphones, and video conferencing equipment.

What are examples of AV consultant services?

Examples of AV consultant services include:

  • Conducting needs assessments and AV system audits
  • Designing custom AV solutions tailored to client requirements and budget
  • Providing recommendations on AV equipment selection and procurement
  • Planning and overseeing the installation and integration of AV systems
  • Offering training sessions for users on how to operate AV equipment effectively
  • Providing ongoing support, maintenance, and troubleshooting services to ensure the smooth functioning of AV systems over time

What are the benefits of AV consulting services?

The benefits of AV consulting services include:

  • Access to specialised knowledge and experience in AV technology and best practices.
  • Streamlined processes for selecting, implementing, and managing AV systems, saving time and resources.
  • Seamless integration of AV equipment and systems with existing infrastructure and technologies.
  • Professional support and maintenance services to minimise downtime and ensure consistent performance.
  • Access to the latest AV technologies and trends to enhance communication, collaboration, and productivity.
  • Maximising the return on investment by optimising the use of AV resources and minimising unnecessary expenses.