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PSNI Global Alliance, has amplified its presence in the India sub-continent as it adds two of the country’s leading integrators to its worldwide list of Certified Solutions Providers (CSPs).

All Wave AV and Online Instruments are the latest CSPs to join PSNI’s premier network of technology manufacturers, integrators and service providers, joining Resurgent as the three leading integrators covering the region. Certified Solution Providers of The Alliance follow a standardized approach pursued and upheld by a PSNI proprietary certification to ensure every project is met with consistent dedication, expertise, and best-in-class solutions.

With offices in Mumbai, Pune, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai and Delhi, All Wave AV have been delivering premier AV installations for over 20 years. Offering a full design, supply, install and maintenance service, they boast a portfolio of over 2,000 completed projects throughout the country, ranging from large corporate enterprises to homeowners, auditoriums, educational institutions, and training centers.

Kuldip Kamat, managing director at All Wave, said: “We are immensely proud of our new alignment with PSNI Global Alliance and we are approaching the future with great optimism. Our committed staff, along with the support from the Alliance, will ensure that we continue to deliver the highest standards of AV excellence throughout India.”

Joining the world’s largest Alliance of best-of-breed manufacturers, integrators and service providers is Online Instruments, who specialize in telecommunication, AV, IT, lighting and automation. With a strong history of blue-chip clients, including Amazon, Huawei and Marriott hotels, Online Instruments offer a comprehensive AV service from its offices in Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune, Mumbai and Delhi.

Manoj Kumar, Online Instruments Senior Director, commented: “PSNI are the ideal partner to support the continued growth and ambitions of Online Instruments. With deep knowledge of global project management and large-scale installations, we look forward to working together and combining resources alongside future opportunities.”

Chris Miller, Executive Director of PSNI Global Alliance, echoed the optimism of its latest Certified Solution Providers: “Alongside our established CSP Resurgent, this trio of India’s premier solution providers will ensure the high standards of PSNI are thoroughly represented throughout the India sub-continent. With over 1000 employees between them, together we have the resources, knowledge and experience to deliver projects of any scale.”

The new additions come at an exciting time for India’s technology sector, as its pre-pandemic boom is expected to reignite as vaccine rollouts across the country take effect. Following the global decline in 2020 due to the Covid pandemic, growth is expected to resume by the end of this year. Since APAC was the first region to be impacted by Covid-19 and the first to re-open, it is likely to experience the strongest growth of all regions, with a 7.4 percent CAGR from 2020 through 2025 while the Americas and EMEA play catch-up with growth at 4.7 percent and 4.5 percent respectively.

This means that in 2025, APAC pro AV revenue is forecasted at $126 billion, compared to $108 billion for the Americas and $81 billion for EMEA.
As a further boost to India´s technology sector, Prime Minister Modi has responded to the pandemic with a kick start to the Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyaan (Self-reliant India campaign). This is an investment equivalent to 10% of India’s GDP and includes the technology sector.

Miller concludes: “Over the last few years the influx of big corporate office HQs to many of the big cities in India has led to a higher standard of specifications/requirements of AV projects and installations. Integrators have risen to this challenge and, driven by companies like All Wave and Online, standards are now higher than ever. As the AV industry in India continues to recover from Covid, we expect to see the demand for higher standards in the region increase further and we warmly welcome both of our new India CSPs to the Alliance.”

PSNI Global Alliance represents over 200 licensed service and integration offices around the world. Covering all six continents, it is the largest global network of audio-visual integrators spanning the largest geographical area in the world.

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