Vivitek has announced that it has appointed Stampede to distribute its NovoConnect product range in the UK.
“NovoConnect represents another giant leap forward in cable-free presentation and collaboration technology,” said Kevin Kelly, Stampede president and COO. “NovoConnect joins our rapidly growing and expanding portfolio of innovative presentation and collaboration solutions that is providing our reseller network with more options than ever before to choose from. The addition of Vivitek’s all-new NovoConnect product line will empower our resellers to meet the growing market demand of their customers for ground-breaking collaboration tools.”
Vivitek’s NovoConnect family is a suite of BYOD wireless presentation products. Suited to the education market, it includes teacher control and preview and feedback features such as real-time polling. Vivitek’s NovoPRO is a wireless presentation and collaboration system for business meetings, conferences and corporate presentations. NovoEnterprise is aimed at SME and corporate environments and has been designed to provide guests with an ad-hoc wireless connection.
Another core component of the NovoConnect family is the LauncherPlus. It is a USB device that plugs directly into the laptop and, thanks to its embedded WiFi, it streams laptop content effortlessly to the big screen. The LauncherPlus is especially convenient for visiting guests, or when colleagues from other offices are on site.
Holger Graeff, general manager, Vivitek EMEA, said: “Stampede is an excellent complement to our existing NovoConnect distributor partners. In a short amount of time, the company has grown rapidly throughout Europe and has established itself as a major AV distributor in the region. Stampede is very pro-active in taking new products to different reseller channels. We’re confident it has the right skills and reseller relationships to make a big impact on further extending Vivitek’s footprint in the UK. We’re looking forward to building and developing a mutually beneficial relationship with Stampede.”