As an exclusive distribution partner of Nureva, Steljes has reached an agreement with two key resellers as part of its UK network. Rapid Technologies and Smarter Interactive will offer the Nureva Span ideation system and the Nureva Span classroom collaboration system as part of their portfolio of products.
Steljes announced its exclusive agreement with Nureva last month and added the company’s collaboration-solutions to its product range.
Martin Large, CEO, Steljes says: “Our customers are at the heart of our business, the Nureva product offering was an exciting and complementary addition to our extensive portfolio and has enabled us to expand our offering even further across key sectors. We wanted to appoint the most competent resellers as quickly as possible to serve customers throughout the UK, and we are delighted to have reached agreements with both Rapid Technologies and Smarter Interactive, as their expertise and in depth knowledge of their markets will be invaluable.”
Rapid are considered one of the country’s leading specialists in the field of digital interactive technologies, having provided interactive classrooms/meeting rooms and digital signage for many schools and colleges, and a range of corporate and public sector organisations. The company has had a successful working relationship with Steljes for almost two decades, leading to the successful implementation of thousands of interactive solutions into commercial, healthcare and academic market spaces.
Mark Stevens, Managing Director, Rapid Group said: “We are delighted to have signed this additional agreement with one of our longest term partners, Steljes. Nureva is renowned for its powerful applications both in the commercial and academic sectors. Nureva Span for the Classroom will redefine the interactive work space for educators and students due to the size of the canvas, the intuitive nature of its use, and its integration with mobile devices, which really fits with today’s changing classroom.
“We have an expansive range of interactive solutions for schools and colleges, but we really feel Nureva’s products are unique. In times of austerity within academia it is refreshing to see highly innovative classroom learning technologies capable of meeting the collective requirements of students, teachers, and their associated financial stakeholders.”
Jon Knight, Corporate Business Development, Smarter Interactive said: “We are very excited by the opportunity to work with Nureva at such an early stage and learn from the experience of discussing new and exciting concepts in collaboration and interactivity.
“Solutions such as Nureva Span showcases the way we believe interactive technology should be used – simple and engaging, designed with collaboration in mind and a more effective way of doing the same job without technology. We see the solution as a key door opener and differentiator for us across a range of markets.”
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