SnapAV products are now available to authorized Control4 integrators through the Control4 dealer portal; while all integrators can also continue to purchase SnapAV products through Staub Electronics, all backed by the distributor's customer service and technical support teams.
"We've enjoyed a strong partnership with SnapAV for more than a decade," says Scott Trotter, President of Staub Electronics. "Snap has made it more affordable for us to offer their products to the Canadian market, which translates to reduced prices for our integrators. We're excited to continue our long-standing relationship and to offer even more integrators solutions that save them time and money."
Certain SnapAV products support Control4's Smart Home OS, which the company says can help "improve product integration, reduce install time, and create a more seamless end-user experience." Control4 integrators will notice that these SnapAV products now come with SDDP, enabling automatic identification for Control4 projects.
All Control4 integrators can start purchasing products immediately, and all SnapAV purchases made on the Control4 dealer portal will count toward an integrator's Control4 Premiere Status.
"Giving integrators more options to get products where and how they need them is another way we can make their lives easier and their businesses more profitable," adds John Heyman, SnapAV CEO. "The ability to offer our products to a wider range of integrators is exciting, and we're thrilled that more Canadian Control4 customers can now enjoy the benefits of SnapAV."
SnapAV and Control4 announced merger plans back in May, and confirmed the successful completion of a merger this past August. Control4 is now a smart home brand within the SnapAV portfolio, with Heyman served as CEO and Martin Plaehn, formerly CES of Control4, having joined the board of directors of SnapAV's parent company.