Exertis Looks Vestel for IF Panel Displays

Exertis has signed an agreement to distribute the Vestel range of feature rich and affordable Interactive Flat Panel Displays (IFPD) through its Pro AV division Exertis Medium.

Ian Aitken, Exertis Medium director said, “Demand for interactive displays is still growing both within traditional markets like education but also increasingly in other vertical markets such as retail, corporates and other public sector areas. With Vestel on board, we can provide our resellers with a great choice of interactive displays that can suit any budget and cater for a broadening spread of market opportunities buoyed by the trend for more collaborative working in education and the workplace.”

Exertis will distribute IFPDs from Vestel in a range of sizes: 55”, 65”, 75” and 86” with all screens apart from the 55” in 4k. Their products ship with a standard version of Oktopus Software from Quizdom and Exertis has included a five-year onsite warranty. Stylishly designed with LED touch screen technology (stylus or fingertip), high definition resolution and advanced connectivity solutions, users can take advantage of professional software like Skype for Business and Office 365 for remote collaborative working.

Mark Dew, Vestel head of UK B2B sales said, “We are delighted to be working with Exertis Medium. Their technical and logistical expertise in the Pro AV market is well known and they have great relationships with resellers selling into the education market, in addition to their expertise in B2B where their services capabilities add considerable value to resellers. Vestel provides technology that facilitates learning as well as information sharing which makes our products highly relevant with a variety of applications.”

The interactive displays market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 15.51% between 2016 and 2022 to reach USD 26.91 billion by 2022 from USD 9.90 billion in 2015, according to a Research and Markets report.

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