InfoComm is the mother of all professional audiovisual trade shows in the US, attracting close to 40,000 attendees in 2015. Mi’s CEO, Jeff Mele, attended this year’s event, affirming the company’s solid position as a leading systems integrator.

Metropolitan interactive’s roots are firmly planted in the realm of solving big technology problems. From our team’s prior decades of experience working on large scale AV projects in stadiums, casinos and theaters – to the current work we’ve done for clients like the new Whitney Museum of American Art, Lincoln Center, BAM, BRIC, XL Center, West Virginia University and PPL Center — our ability to understand systems integration and plug in to existing technology to produce comprehensive best-of-breed solutions is unsurpassed.

“The tail wagging the dog is the technology we are seeing here at InfoComm. That dog is Experiential Design and the tail is going to follow,” stated Mele from the show floor to numerous vendors and consultants. “Our focus is on user and patron experience. Whether it’s broadcast production, audio reinforcement, dynamic marketing and messaging, or presentation, the driving factor is user experience and interaction design — collectively, Experiential Design.”

Metropolitan interactive is nimbly poised to leverage software, hardware and data solutions that integrate disparate systems into sustainable results — working in concert with the latest trends in digital technology and marketing to reach audiences at every touchpoint.

Mele reiterates, “Yes, we are a systems integrator, too. And, there’s nothing that we can’t do.”

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