Epson Partners With Mimio for Interactive Classrooms

Education Technology Insights | Wednesday, May 11, 2016

LONG BEACH, CA: Epson, the projector brand, and Mimio, providers of interactive teaching technologies, has entered a partnership to sell MimioStudio classroom software with Epson BrightLink interactive projectors. This contract gives schools more options for bringing advanced collaboration and interactivity into the classroom, delivering learning environments that inspire, connect and motivate students.

“In today’s classrooms, interactive lessons are an ever-increasing necessity to engage students in the learning process,” says Keith Kratzberg, Senior Vice President, Epson America. “School districts want to select the best interactive hardware and the best interactive software tools independently that suit their needs and budgets. This partnership delivers on that request and seamlessly brings together Mimio’s highly acclaimed interactive software with Epson BrightLink.”

Under this agreement, Epson will sell MimioStudio software licenses with Epson BrightLink interactive projectors through its reseller network. The software may also be purchased separately by existing BrightLink customers who wish to create collaborative and engaging classrooms. Both Epson and Mimio will provide customer support for their respective products, giving educators full confidence as they bring more interactivity into classrooms and other learning spaces.

“We are very enthusiastic about our partnership with Epson,” said Manny Perez, Mimio’s President and Chief Operating Officer. “Both teams have done a terrific job of seamlessly integrating the two products and bringing the Mimio experience to the Epson brand of interactive projectors.”

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