5 Big Questions with Inside Lighting
In late November, I had the opportunity to sit down with Al Uszynski at Inside.Lighting to discuss 5 Big Questions for Parspec. It is always a pleasure to sit down with industry veterans and deep dive into the Parspec submittal app. It’s unbelievably exciting to get connected with those who use our product, understand its value, and actively work with our team to make the product more productive and efficient. Our short podcast is just the tip of the iceberg. We are really looking forward to working with the inside.lighting team for years to come.
Topics we explore:
- What is the basic gist of Parspec and who are the target users? (0:55)
- How does the user know if the dynamic cut sheet database is pulling the most recent manufacturer cut sheet? (1:39)
- How does Parspec manage situations when the model number is inaccurate or incomplete – or the brand might be listed as “Cooper” when it should more accurately cite “Metalux”? (2:56)
- How can lighting people ease the process of sharing submittals & project management? (4:55)
- How can people learn more about Parspec or take it for a test drive? (7:39)
About Inside Lighting
Inside.Lighting and Parspec walk a similar path. Al and his team strive to produce relevant, up-to-date, and accurate information about all things lighting.
Founded as a side project in 2016, inside.lighting was created to be an information-rich resource that helps lighting people do their jobs easier and quicker. They aim to deliver extremely useful content to lighting professionals throughout the industry. They want you to visit, find the info you’re seeking and move on. Then visit again tomorrow, or next week, if you must.
inside.lighting is 100% owned and operated by lighting industry veteran, Al Uszynski.
Al is an experienced executive with over 25 years of lighting industry experience. Al offers strategy consulting for select clients, including inside.lighting advertiser(s). Al has held several management roles with leading lighting companies including CEO of Traxon Technologies, a division of Osram and Area Vice President at Cooper Lighting Solutions. Al also served as an Adjunct Professor at Drexel University, instructing courses on Professional Selling and Public Speaking.
Al earned his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Villanova University and went on to earn his M.B.A. in Management from Hofstra University.