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Copy IT Digital makes largest visual solutions sale of its kind in Europe 08/06/2015

Copy IT Digital Solutions LTD, the largest print and document solutions provider in East Anglia are flourishing after being acquired by Sharp Business Systems (UK) Plc at the end 2014.

 

Their established clients INTO UEA, prepare international students with required skills needed to progress to the University of East Anglia. Part of INTO’s ethos is to provide students with a dynamic and modern learning environment, therefore keeping classrooms technically up to date is critical to their learning platform.


Stuart Secker - Managing director of Copy IT Digital and Paul Carter,
Facilities Manager at INTO UEA

 

INTO UEA, had a fleet of projectors purchased from an external supplier and had problems with effective unit configuration, poor image quality and increasing overhead costs.

 

Copy IT’s relationship with Sharp Business Systems enabled a successful trial period of Sharp’s new “Big Pad” technology, leading to the implementation of 26, 70 Inch Big Pads, along with a 9 screen interactive video wall.

 

Facilities Manager Paul Carter remarks on the improvements said: “The Big Pads are as far future-proof as you can get. The clarity is amazing; when videos are played on them there is a vast improvement in picture quality as opposed to a projector image.

 

“We constantly had to change the lamps in the old projectors which wasted money. Now students will be able directly send work straight to the Big Pads from their tech devices. 

 

“Students and teachers are thrilled with the new equipment and comment on improvement with usability and quality – all round a much better experience.”

 

Copy IT’s Managing Director Stuart Secker added “This was a great opportunity for us to utilise Sharp’s extensive product range and offer INTO UEA a durable premier solution. Coupled with our document solutions business, first class visual solutions is a product our competitors just don’t have the facility to offer”

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