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Spectrum’s Element Wins rAVe Best of InfoComm Award

Spectrum is excited to announce that we have won rAVe Publications’ annual Best of InfoComm 2016 Awards Best New AV Furniture Product for the InVision Element Table.

InfoComm is the largest event in the Western Hemisphere focused on the pro-AV industry, with more than 1,000 exhibitors, thousands of products, and nearly 40,000 attendees from 110+ countries.

“All involved should feel a great sense of accomplishment in their participation and contribution towards the team effort that developed, designed, tested and prepared for production this award winning product,” stated Dave See, President at Spectrum Industries.
The InVision Element Table is the next generation of affordable, durable active learning collaboration furniture available for educational or corporate settings.
“The InVision Element is the most affordable collaboration table out there and can be used in any setting to create an engaging learning and working environment,” said Bob Kensinger, Spectrum Industries Vice Presiden…

Quality Products and Customer Service

At Spectrum Industries, we believe that making a quality product matters to our customers. Having products that will outlast their users and are adaptable enough to be reused through multiple technology deployments, is what drives our innovation and desire to constantly strive to surpass our customers' expectations. Simply put, Spectrum furniture is made to last and perform for years.

Larry Lindenauer, territory manager with Spectrum in the New England region believes that product durability is one of Spectrum’s strongest selling points. “When I go to schools, they show me purchases from several years back that are still in great condition.” 
Mark Dotson, territory manager with Spectrum in the Mid-Atlantic region agreed with this sentiment, stating that “it’s wonderful when demonstrating our products to prospects and customers at tradeshows and they say, ‘We love your products,’ or ‘We have been using Spectrum for years.’ It shows that I represent a reputable and highly regarded c…

Meet Our Territory Managers! July Edition

One Wednesday each month we are featuring one of our Territory Managers. This month we're introducing you to Larry Lindenauer, Territory Manager of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
Larry is fascinated by the historical significance of his territory, which covers all of New England and New York. “I enjoy going into the small New England towns and discovering the local history that ties into many of the colleges, which are among the oldest in the United States.” 
Born in Brooklyn and graduating with a B.A. in Economics from the State University of New York at Stony Brook, Larry went on to gain valuable sales experience in the publishing and beverage industries for 25 years. “Having worked for industry leaders in other fields, I can confidently say that working for Spectrum continues that trend,” Larry said. 
He believes that product durability is one of Spectrum’s strong selling points. “When I go to schools, they show me purchas…

New Product Spotlight: Flex Lecterns

What do you get when you cross a mobile device cart with a lectern?


Introducing the new Flex Lecterns, an innovative 2-in-1 solution that combines your instructor workstation and mobile device cart, all in one small footprint.

Taking the intelligent design of two of our mobile device carts, the Pro32 and Cloud40, and adding the functionality of Spectrum’s line of lecterns, a new line of Flex Lecterns has been developed. The versatile and powerful Pro32 Flex Lectern can store and charge a combination of 32 laptops, Chromebooks, and tablets up to 15.6”. Able to store more devices in a slightly smaller space, the Cloud40 Flex Lectern can store and charge a combination of 40 Chromebooks and tablets up to 14”.
“The Flex Lectern will eliminate the need for both a teacher lectern and mobile device cart to exist in the same environment saving on valuable space in classrooms that are often crowded with furniture,” said Robert Kensinger, Spectrum Industries Vice President of Sales. “Our goal is…