Access Control

By definition Access control is a system which enables an authority to control access to areas and resources in a given physical facility.  As well as offering the ability to set schedules for the allowable access only during certain hours of the day.

 Regardless of the setting; offices, health care facilities, or schools, access control allows people in your organization to get to where they need to be, while keeping unauthorized individuals out. 

Audio & Video Conferencing

Video Teleconferencing (VTC) is a communication technology that permits users at two or more different locations to interact by creating a face-to-face meeting environment. It effortlessly brings people together while maximizing Green efforts. Usage of VTC has expanded beyond corporation boardroom meetings. The demands for collaboration tools and converged infrastructure have boosted VTC usage in recent years, even gaining popularity in Government, Medical, and Educational sectors.

Building Automation

Maintain control of building systems through a single, digital interface. From lighting to HVAC and beyond, building automation saves time and money. Building Automation Systems (BAS) are centralized, interlinked, networks of hardware and software, which monitor and control the environment in commercial, industrial, and institutional facilities. The automation of the system ensures the operational performance of the facility as well as the comfort and safety of building occupants.

Control Systems

Control Systems are designed to simplify the use of technology in both meeting rooms and building-wide settings and take the hassle out of room management. With a single, touch-interface, lights, screens, monitors and displays can all be managed.

No more fumbling for light switches, guessing how to connect video and audio. With just a simple interface to control your environment you will be able to focus more on your meeting agenda and business goals.

Digital Signage

Digital signage is a form of electronic display that shows television programming, menus, information, advertising and other messages.

Digital signs can be found in both public and private environments, including retail stores, hotels, restaurants, and corporate buildings, amongst other locations.

More cost-effective than quickly outdated traditional signage, Digital Signage allows organizations to keep messaging relevant, and up-to-date.

Sound Masking

Most modern offices are an open-design plan. That means employees often share desk space or work in open cubicles. Add into the mix copiers, fax machines, cell phones and chatty co-workers. The result: a noisy environment which makes it difficult for employees to focus on tasks.

Sound masking reduces or eliminates awareness of pre-existing sounds in a given area.  The added white noise also creates speech privacy so individuals can better concentrate and be more productive.


Today, the word "surveillance" has taken on a negative connotation. Previously used mainly in large government settings or in big businesses, video surveillance is now proven to be effective even in small settings.

 Whether you are looking to protect indoor or outdoor assets, video surveillance is yet another level of protection you can add to your organization. It has been proven that merely the sight  of surveillance cameras causes a sharp decrease in crime.

VoIP Telephony

Voice Over IP (or VoIP) Office Systems enable your entire organization to connect and collaborate in real-time, without limitations across the IP Network.  This is done by using available and appropriate devices including; smart phones, laptops, tablets, home phones, and office phones, replacing the need for traditional phone lines.

GENCOMM is a proud Certified AVAYA Dealer. Using trusted AVAYA technology, we feel confident in answering any telephony needs your organization may have.

Video Wall

A video wall consists of multiple computer monitors, video projectors, or television sets tiled together contiguously or overlapped in order to form one large screen.

Typical display technologies include LCD panels, LED arrays, digital tiles, and rear projection screens. Retail spaces, restaurants, office spaces, broadcast control centers and crime centers all benefit from the use of video display walls. The large format displays provide the ability to refresh content and attract key audiences.


GENCOMM™ Has an Amazing Team Working Hard to Provide You Quality Technology Integration Services

Designing & Planning

Before your project begins, we offer a review of the system to ensure the selection will meet your needs. Then complete a game plan to ensure that we start your project on time.

Scheduling &Installation

Our Project Manager makes sure our projects stay on time & within budget. While our technicians work quickly & professionally to get it done right, with minimal impact on your business.

Testing & Delivery

We do a thorough inspection of the system upon completion of installation to make sure everything works perfectly. Then we train you, on how to get the most out of your new equipment!

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