Smart Entry Systems
IPVMU Certified | 09/10/20 06:12pm
This industry is not innovative and shy away from new companies and unconventional solutions. As a startup IT company manufacturing video intercom and access control using inexpensive off the shelve hardware, we get huge push backs from integrators who are still selling non-networked products invented in the 90's with a single line of green LCD text that's difficult to use, manage, and install. We had high expectations for the title of "integrator" and quickly realized the harsh reality.
We understand nobody wants to be the guinea pig, but even when we already have multiple successful customers? If this sentiment of not giving small new companies a chance, the market will continue to be dominated by multi-nationals raking in millions using outdated products. What incentive is there for them to innovate when there is no competition?
Now why would any young talented people want to be a part of this?
NOTICE: This comment was moved from an existing discussion: What Keeps Talented Young People Out Of The Industry?