Hills has been awarded the Williams Sound International Distributor of the Year Award at their recent conference in Minnesota.
The award was just one of three that were showered on Hills at the event, with the other two being 2014 Territory Growth Award (Hills growth rate obliterated the competition) and the Out of the Gate Award for exceeding sales targets in the first part of 2015. Head of Hills’ AV Practice Richard Neale said he was pleased that Hills hard work was acknowledged by Williams Sound.
“Hills’ wide exposure in the hearing augmentation market and the AV team’s expertise has really helped to drive the uptake of Williams Sound products in Australia. Combined with good old fashioned hard work, we have been able to deliver great results here,” Richard Neale said.
Williams Sound is a global leader in wireless hearing assistance technology. The company’s mission is “Helping People Hear”. It was founded in 1976 and is based in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, USA. Williams Sound products are used to meet accessibility requirements in public spaces and anywhere that background noise, room acoustics, or distance from the sound source presents a listening challenge.
Hills has a long and proud history in the hearing augmentation market, supporting integrators and contractors with induction loop, infrared and RF technologies for many years. Hills is ideally positioned to drive growth for Williams Sound across all of the company’s technology platforms.
In addition to helping people overcome hearing loss, Williams Sound products are also used to help people hear in noisy factory tours and to help people hear the language they understand in conferences and meetings. The company designs and manufactures a full range of wireless communications products, incorporating FM, Infrared, Induction Loop, Digital, and WiFi technologies. Williams Sound products offer unique, market-leading features like DSP, network control, Dante compatibility and mobile Apps.
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