As Montana Tech embarked on a project to upgrade its classroom facilities, AV administrators faced a number of realities, including antiquated analog technology, the constraints of an aging building, and exploding demand for distance learning.

The trouble was, funds were tight, timelines short, and a number of technical challenges stood in the way of a straightforward switchover to digital. The school needed a smart solution, done right the first time. In other words, it needed the resources of AVI.