Bensalem, Pa.

The convergence of computer-related products and consumer electronics is quickly finding its place in U.S. homes. But it will take the sales, integration and installation skills of retailers to bring those solutions to the next level. “Convergence brings great benefits to consumers, but there are so many complexities and those will generate opportunities for you guys,” Helen Heneveld, founder of Bedrock Learning, a home integration training company, said during a panel on the state of the digital home at D&H Distributing’s recent Mid-Atlantic Technology Show in Hershey, Pa. “People want to get these new technologies in their homes and they want them connected. They need

"We never fall in love with our inventory," said Warren Chaiken, ALMO Corporation's senior vice president, as he showed Dealerscope around ALMO's new 125,000 sq. ft. headquarters at the edge of Philadelphia, near Bensalem, Pa. With 105,000 sq. ft. dedicated to warehousing, and 20,000 sq. ft. to offices, the new location consolidated three pre-existing ALMO buildings. Higher warehouse ceilings gained two-and-a-half times the cubic storage space. The new headquarters supports ALMO's multifaceted distribution business, which, with a total of six locations, serves a region from Maine to Virginia and as far west as the Dakotas. ALMO's speciality product division catering to the

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