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Tom Corzine Joins AVI-SPL’s Strategic Accounts Team

Continues to lead the AVI-SPL Government Services strategy as Vice President, Government Services

AVI-SPL, the largest global integrator of audio visual and video conferencing systems and services today announced the addition of Tom Corzine, vice president, government services, to its Strategic Accounts team.

AVI-SPL’s Strategic Accounts team, led by Don Mastro, SVP of Strategic Accounts, is primarily responsible for the strategic approach to vertical markets business development and adds government as another key vertical market to its strategy. Services include centralized procurement for audio and video systems integration, collaborative communication solutions, transactional sales, Managed Conferencing Services, Creative Show Services, meeting management, rental and staging.

“Tom has a high degree of knowledge in the Government Services space with a clear understanding on the inner workings of state, local and federal markets, leveraging contract vehicles to guide/support our Systems Integration Group (SIG) sales organization,? stated Mastro. “This is nothing new to AVI-SPL, as Tom has been serving this role for years at our company.?

New to the Strategic Accounts team, Corzine will drive and support all government business development efforts within the AVI-SPL Systems Integration Group (SIG) offices. Corzine will be implementing a more focused strategy with his team on the Prime DoD Contractors, Federal Agencies, State Contracts and 8A firm affiliations. Corzine has been with AVI-SPL for more than six years, and has a wide range of experience in the government services sector.

“As we continue to grow AVI-SPL’s government sales and services, we are looking to add more staff with an increased focus in aforementioned key areas,? said Corzine. “As an industry leader, we want to set an example our industry will see as a model for success.?

About AVI-SPL
Headquartered in Tampa, Fla., AVI-SPL is the result of a merger between Audio Visual Innovations (AVI) and Signal Perfection, Ltd. (SPL). In aggregate the company has more than 40 years of experience providing innovative audio and video communications solutions with a strong tradition of high quality and exceptional customer service. As the largest global integrator for audio and video communications systems and services, AVI-SPL is uniquely positioned to deliver the most comprehensive line-up of presentation solutions, including: systems integration, sales and rentals, complete staging and production, managed conferencing, IP integration and event management. For more about AVI-SPL, visit www.avispl.com.

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