DPA is also debuting a spec-swap and protect program, and will provide a discount on any order if a competitive microphone system specification is converted to a DPA product or if a system design specifies and includes DPA products on the final request for proposal (RFP). DPA will be the sole determination if a product meets the specification conversion criteria. For more information, please contact your DPA area sales manager or firstname.lastname@example.org to start the pre-approval process.
Also, DPA is now providing a Global Sales Support Team member (GSST) to assist with on-site system commissioning and tuning. There will be a daily fee for this service and it will include all expenses for the GSST member. The GSST member will only be responsible for DPA Microphones-related issues and will not be used for initial system installation, but only final system inspection, recommendations and project sign-off. Please email your DPA area sales manager, email@example.com or Gabriel Antonini, global sales support and business development manager at firstname.lastname@example.org, to schedule the on-site service. The commissioning must be scheduled with DPA Microphones at least six weeks in advance.
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group of products, the spec-swap program and on-site commissioning initiative, please visit us at InfoComm Booth C682.