Steljes Ireland has increased its investment in Ireland by moving to larger premises to support the growing demand for interactive technologies in the corporate market.
The new office is located in the prestigious Greenogue Business Centre in Dublin. It has a purpose- built executive solutions briefing centre equipped with the very latest in interactive technologies including an extensive range of solutions from SMART Technologies, Christie Digital, video walls , connectivity solutions , room control , signage solutions and much more. The facility is available for Steljes’ resellers to use to help them demonstrate a live working solution so that their customers have the opportunity to see and test solutions before they make their purchasing decisions. It is part of Steljes’ ongoing investment to help its reseller community grow their businesses profitably.
With its broad and diverse product portfolio, Steljes can provide its reseller community with a one stop shop capability – everything from projection right through to visualisers and digital signage – to help companies provide a collaborative working environment enabling them to compete in today’s digitally connected and socially networked business world.
Conor McGrogan, Managing Director of Steljes Ireland, comments “Ireland being at the forefront of the digital economy. Our increased investment in Ireland stems from the growing demand we are experiencing for SMART’s visual collaboration solutions and the SMART Room System™ for Microsoft Lync – technologies that are helping Irish companies to stay ahead of the competition and thrive in an increasingly global marketplace. Our executive solutions briefing centre showcases technologies that are proven to help companies improve their productivity and reduce costs. We will continue to scale the business to keep up with demand.”
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