Announcing OneScreen Canada with Offices Now Open in Ontario

Canadian professionals and educators are excited to see OneScreen collaboration solutions expand across Canada and reach new markets with their advanced flat panel technology. OneScreen offers ease-of-use, futuristic features and free support for their interactive screens, unlike anything else available in the country.

SAN DIEGO, CALIF. (PRWEB) AUG 22, 2019

For several years, OneScreen has been selling flat panel interactive displays throughout Canada with a select group of resellers on a case-by-case basis. All that is about to change, thanks to a new office space and new initiative headed by Lincoln Vaz, a seasoned collaboration solutions consultant known for his drive and creativity.

"We are delighted to bring Lincoln Vaz on board as OneScreen's Country Manager for Canada, Lincoln's 25 plus years of experience in the interactive flat panel market will help more people work together across greater distances." said OneScreen CEO Sufian Munir. He combines an intuitive connection to the unmet needs among Canadian buyers with a deep understanding of the science that makes our collaboration hardware and software possible.

The global demand for interactive flat panels, both in the educational sector and in corporate conference rooms, has spiked over the past few years. In 2018, global interactive flat panel sales increased 39 percent, according to technology consulting firm Futuresource. The market will be worth almost $14 billion by 2024 and continue growing at 7.2 percent. As the market has expanded, the US and Canada have become the leading region for sales of interactive display hardware and applications.

"For me, working in Canada with home court advantage, on a suite of technologies and software that are far beyond anything I've seen, that's just a golden opportunity," Lincoln Vaz stated about his new position heading the OneScreen Canada office. "I've built brands all over Canada but this is a brand that will empower our customers to connect, communicate and collaborate with ease. As an engineer, I can immediately see how much hard work and ingenuity went into the crafting of these interactive plat panels and I know that for the average buyer out there, the flat screens will feel like industrial magic."

Canadian educators and corporate clients have been eager to gain greater access to OneScreen technology for a number of reasons. OneScreen is people-centric technology that was created, and is continually evolving, with the end-users needs as a primary focus. The walk-up-and-work ease of use and simple integration with existing collaboration technology has yet to be readily available for organizations in Canada.

Perhaps the most exciting component of the OneScreen offering for Canadians, however, is the Screen Skills Guru service, promising both resellers and customers the unlimited, free training and support necessary to weave the technology into the fabric of their daily work lives. No other hardware and software manufacturers have offered that level of support and customization. For the AVIT channel, the strong ROI from OneScreen sales was deliberately crafted to energize Canadian entrepreneurs for rapid rollout everywhere.

The OneScreen Canada office will be located in Guelph, Ontario and officially opens its doors today.

About OneScreen

When collaboration technologies work together, organizations can realize the benefit of people working together. OneScreen Hubware and software solutions facilitate the way collaborators need to flow between work tools and access a variety of content, data, and people to be continuously productive. Headquartered in San Diego, California, OneScreen has offices in the United States, Pakistan, Colombia, Mexico, U.A.E. and Canada. All of your collaboration tools are right here. Learn more at OneScreenSolutions.com or our Facebook and Twitter pages.

"We are delighted to bring Lincoln Vaz on board as OneScreen's Country Manager for Canada, Lincoln's 25 plus years of experience in the interactive flat panel market will help more people work together across greater distances."

said OneScreen CEO Sufian Munir