Submitted by John Garratt on March 2, 2017
Canadian audio visual collaboration vendor Nureva has appointed its first five authorised channel resellers in Germany and Austria. The new partners will focus on pushing the Nureva Span visual collaboration system and HDL300 audio conferencing system to education and business markets.
The five new resellers are MINHOFF, based in Berlin and active across Germany; MAIKS, based in Mannheim and serving south west Germany; Klartext, based in Steinheim and serving southern Germany and large organisations nationwide; Campusware, based in Magdeburg, Saxony-Anhalt; and Vienna- and Linz-based firm clever on smart.
Nancy Knowlton, Nureva CEO, said of the new resellers: “Their knowledge, enthusiasm and commitment will be a driving force in establishing our market presence in this critical region.”
Their appointment follows Nureva hiring Mathias Issig as sales and channel manager for Germany and Austria earlier this year.
The Nureva Span ideation system and Span classroom collaboration system combine panoramic projector systems with cloud-based services and personal apps to enable active collaboration. The systems use a software-as-a-service (SaaS) model, enabling participants to create their input on personal devices.