Crestron, which has opted out as a CEDIA Expo exhibitor since the 2015 show, is planning its return to the convention floor in Denver this year, the company has told its dealers in a letter issued today (May 6).
“We feel that now, more than ever, the premium smart home solutions that our dealers and integrators provide are in such high demand that CEDIA Expo is the perfect event to showcase Crestron Home,” the letter, sent by Crestron Vice President/Residential John Clancy, stated. “With its speed and ease of deployment, our award-winning Crestron Home arms integrators with something they’ve never had before – the unprecedented ability to deliver a world-class user experience without complex programming. Delivering an unrivaled user experience, Crestron Home is constantly evolving to create a tremendous competitive smart home opportunity for dealers.”
The letter goes on to say that Crestron has plans for “extensive education and new trainings that will kick off at the event and continue into 2021. This year, attendees will be wowed by what’s next from Crestron in the residential space, as we launch many exciting new solutions across multiple categories and showcase the evolution of Crestron Home.”