According to its strategy of global expansion, the company has acquired Boxlight Mimio in order to complete its portfolio of interactive solutions oriented world of education.
Boxlight Corporation He has acquired the American company, which develops interactive learning technologies, Mimiowhose products in Spain Atlantic Devices. An initiative that is part of the strategy of the company looking to expand its field of action, globally, within the education market.
At the end of the year, Boxlight announced its intention to strengthen its current business proposal and would do through the acquisition of new businesses and this has been one of the first that you made.
This operation will allow Boxlight complete its line of hardware and software solutions for the education market. As explained by its CEO, Mark Elliott, "Mimio gives us a complete line of solutions that respond both schools and students, which will allow us to have the most complete technological range for the classroom and improve our position in this market."
Through the purchase of Mimio, Boxlight may have the widest of interactive hardware and software solutions for the classroom offer. Both companies offer a wide range of technology solutions, but the union will extend also to the complementary hardware, software and technical support.
"This investment represents an important strategic opportunity to offer the best and most attractive product portfolio in the industry technology education in providing integrated classroom in both the American market and the rest of the world solutions. In addition, we have a team with decades of experience in the sector and merging the resources of both companies, "adds Elliott.
Founded in 1985, Boxlight was created to develop solutions for the environment and in 2009 the presentation center strategy in the education market. For its part, the Mimio origins date back to 1997 and emerged on the initiative of five students at MIT.
Meanwhile, also it has a Boxlight projectors incorporating interactive online collaboration software that allows students to communicate with teachers via their mobile devices. In its portfolio interactive panels and 'portable laboratories' which are intended to facilitate the teaching are also included.
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