There was time when building information transport systems was not a standardized undertaking and different vendors defined their own specifications for their products. Needless to say, this caused a lot of problems for both consumers and professionals throughout the IT industry. Luckily, the Telecommunication Industry Association/Electronic Industry Alliance came along and devised uniform industry standards and specifications that evened things out across the board.
Working with the TIA/EIA, Building Industry Consulting Service International (or BICISI) now certifies technicians and information transport systems installers with credentials that are recognized on a global level. Since all who enter the program are currently trained using established industry standards and codes (including those in local jurisdictions), an advanced ethic and quality of work is customary when working with BICSI certified professionals.
All information transport systems technicians and installers must participate in an ongoing education program in order to keep their certifications. Their skills are verified regularly to ensure professionals are immersed not only in the knowledge of their trade but in new and developing technologies. This works as a tremendous benefit to consumers and, just as importantly, keeps the IT industry moving forward in unison.
These days, everything revolves around becoming more efficient and streamlined at rapid speed. As dependent as the world has become on technology, standardization could not have been a better move for technicians and installers of information transport systems. In fact, oncoming hardware changes are creating new classes of cabling for network infrastructures at this very moment.
Obviously, when it’s time for your business to take on the challenge of installing a network infrastructure, nothing less than a BICSI certified technician or installer will do. Here at BTS Advanced Communications, we take great pride at being able to offer BICSI certified professionals. We guarantee our information transport systems not only meet to today’s standards and specifications but tomorrow’s as well.