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Make Your Retail Business Stand Out with Digital Technology from Experience Audio Video

At Experience Audio Video in Orange County, CA, we know what it takes to help your retail business stand out from the crowd. We are the best retail audio and video equipment installer in Southern California, and work with business owners and managers to ensure they are getting the most advanced digital technology possible to help their business grow and excel.


From lighting and music to digital signs advertising sales and events, we can help retail businesses spotlight their company to consumers and enhance their shopping experience.


What can Experience Audio Video in Orange County do for Your Retail Operation?

If you are looking to up your retail game, digital technology from Experience Audio Video is the perfect solution. Here are some of the amazing things our professional installation team can do to put your retail business in the spotlight.


Retail Operation Audio Video Solutions for Your Orange County Business

Advanced digital signage displays for your store

Central monitoring of your thermostats, security, digital displays, lighting, and more

Lighting control for enhancing displays and merchandising efforts

Security and surveillance

Distributed audio and video

Have complete control over your retail establishment from anywhere with an easy-to-use system operated by a touchscreen or keypad that allows real-time monitoring to give you access to your security cameras and also notifies you when there is a problem. In addition, this high-tech retail system allows you to easily distribute content to video displays and digital signage with ease, and even gives you the option of a “one touch” operation during opening or closing of the store to turn off power, set security system, and set the HVAC to proper levels.


Experience Audio Video – For All of You Your Retail Audio and Video Solutions

Our professional team is here to help you with all of your retail audio and video solutions. We invite you to contact us to schedule a time for our team to visit your retail operation to give you a quote on audio and video system solutions that can help your business attract more customers. Consult with our experts at Commercial Audio Video Installation Orange County. For more than 20 years, we’ve served businesses in the area with their automation, video, and audio needs. Let us know how we can help your business by calling us at (714) 744-4455.


Future Workplaces

Since the COVID-19 pandemic has changed a lot of work environments and how we communicate with our colleagues. The shift in how and where we are working presents an opportunity to reshape and reinvent the workplace for a life after COVID-19. 

Changing how we define work as a single office location to a more work-at-home or anywhere that has internet is how experts say a lot of employees will be allowed to work. Because of cloud based technology and rapidly evolving policies concerning remote work, these predictions appear more accurate.

However, the only way this type of workplace is possible is if companies give their employees the correct tools, support and strategy. 


There was a study done in 2018 and it predicted that working from home (remote work) would equal or surpass in office work by 2025. Because of the COVID-19 outbreak in early 2020 the future has arrived sooner rather than later. A research firm released some data in April that showed 63% of United States employees worked from home due to coronavirus. 

The sudden shift to remote work has introduced new issues for both employers and employees as the virus made it necessary for organizations to prioritize safety over preparedness. Other research has shown that

  • 71% of employers struggled to adjust to remote work
  • 65% of employers said maintaining employee morale and well-being has been a challenge
  • One-third faced difficulties with company culture

This may paint a grim picture, but another study by a research firm found that remote work had only a small negative impact on productivity despite significant logistical challenges.


As you know the workplace is looking a lot different now. Here are a few ways that future workplaces may look different

  1. Virtual workplaces - Employers that don’t require employees to work on site may see a big turn toward virtual workplaces. Certain fields, manufacturing, distribution, health care and service-related industries will still need the majority of their employees to physically go into the workplace for the business to operate. However, jobs outside of those industries may go full remote.
  2. Distributed offices - Since a lot more employees are working remotely, some companies or organizations may open smaller regional hubs or provide remote workers with access to local coworking spaces rather than have everyone commute to one central office.
  3. Online meetings -Business travel and going into the office has come to a halt during the pandemic, a lot of companies have started using video conferencing more. With video conferencing the employees working remotely could safely and effectively meet and collaborate face to face with their colleagues, clients, and customers.


 About the Author

Experience Audio Video has been serving Orange County and Area since 1999 for residential and commercial audio, video and security camera  installation services. 5 Star Yelp Ratings, Thousands of Referrals, there is not a better choice than Brian Chappell and the Experience Audio Video Team (License #804783). One phone call and you will know right away the difference in working with Experience Audio Video vs. others in the area. Contact us now at 714-744-4455 or for a Free Consultation.


Work Environments

Everyone prospers in different settings. Some people thrive in a high energy work environment with lots of activity. For others that type of work environment can stunt their productivity. Have you found which work environment works best for you? 

You are probably wondering what work environments we are talking about. There are a few to consider:

  • Fully remote
  • Partially remote
  • In an open-office
  • In a private office
  • On-the-go


Fully Remote

Because of COVID-19 some companies have adopted a fully remote office setup to make sure everyone is practicing social distancing. Now that companies are easing restrictions a few are deciding that they are going to do permanent work-from-home.


  • Employees can work from anywhere in the world
  • Easier work-life boundaries for experienced remote workers
  • Lower expenses on commutes for employees and operational costs for companies overall


  • Collaboration may be sometimes affected (if teams haven’t figured out how to work together online)
  • Employees have to be accountable to themselves, which for some people may not work
  • Loneliness is a problem commonly experienced by remote employees

Partially Remote

Other companies have started setting up a partially remote office setup where employees can report into the office a few days a week and work remotely for 1-2 days. Many companies are adopting a partially remote setup before committing to a fully remote office.


  • Employees can switch between the different setups, which can increase engagement and productivity as they are exposed to changing environments
  •  Teams are able to meet in person for regular meetings


  • In office employees may have a difficult time communicating with their remote counterparts if work is not happening at the same time

An Open-Office

Open office floor plans are often used in large companies to create an open space for employees instead of using cubicles.


  • Can increase communication and collaboration
  • Open floor plans can introduce wellness rooms and dedicated spaces for meetings and solo focused work


  • Boundaries maybe forgotten if employees are able to reach anyone whenever they want
  • Distractions can happen if there isn’t a designated area for chit-chat and meetings

A Private Office

Private offices are often associated with executives, but they may provide private offices for other people, even if for shared use.


  • Dedicated space for work can boost productivity
  • Privacy and boundaries can be enforced


  • May lack natural lighting or have bad ventilation
  • Can lead to a divide between people


You may like working on your laptop anywhere; i.e., the library, coffee shop, or even at home. On the go work can mean working anywhere in the world, especially if your company supports non-existent work hours.


  • Have a chance to work with your natural energy
  • Can increase your productivity by exposing yourself to different environments


  • Constantly being on the move can be tiring over time
  • You will always search for spots with internet service to work


Now is the time to ask yourself some questions about what your ideal work environment is. Since we have put the different kinds of workplaces in a nice package for you, you can now decide on which one may appeal to you and what you want. The next step is to think about these thoughts that you want to be clear on

  1. Freedom to travel - do you want to be able to have a job based in the United States, but work from Europe or live in two different cities a year while keeping your job?
  2. Ability to meet with your team - do you want to meet with your team five-days a week?
  3. Some time at home - do you want to spend a few days a week at home?
  4. Human connection - do you need the connection from another human? Or do you like to communicate in person with your colleagues everyday?



 About the Author

Experience Audio Video has been serving Orange County and Area since 1999 for residential and commercial audio, video and security camera  installation services. 5 Star Yelp Ratings, Thousands of Referrals, there is not a better choice than Brian Chappell and the Experience Audio Video Team (License #804783). One phone call and you will know right away the difference in working with Experience Audio Video vs. others in the area. Contact us now at 714-744-4455 or for a Free Consultation.