Saville’s Everard retires, but the game goes on


This month sees the publication of Communicate 2015 from Saville Audio Visual – a detailed, comprehensive compendium of the latest AV and unified comms technology including many case study examples of Saville projects completed over the past year.

Developed from the original annual Saville catalogue, this 27th issue is aimed at end users in the corporate and the public sector. It addresses the growing significance of Microsoft Lync collaborative software and other cloud-based technology, with contributions from former BBC Dragon Piers Linney and AV industry guru Peter Lloyd.

Significantly, this edition coincides with news of the imminent retirement of Saville sales and marketing director, Ed Everard after 45 years with the company. As the original instigator of the publication, he has been the driving force behind every edition and regards the latest issue as the best yet in terms of content, design and quality.

Ed Everard said: “The pace of change in our evolving marketplace is now faster than ever and my aim has always been to hand over the reins with the company leading the industry. I’m proud that this latest edition does everything I had hoped for. It illustrates the impact of ‘meet-anywhere’ technology and demonstrates our growth as a key solutions provider”.

Communicate 2015 introduces the latest AV and videoconferencing products from many of the world’s leading manufacturers plus a new portfolio of Saville services, including contract maintenance, cloud-based managed video services and bespoke training packages delivered in partnership with industry leader Nvest.

Amongst new display products and digital signage technology, major investments in digital videowalls are highlighted, along with new Saville-branded interactive screens, custom-built furniture and professional audio systems.

Communicate 2015 is available in hard copy, online or through the iTunes store for iOS devices. Visit