This company is committed to effort, attention, values, and above all, respect for the customer.
Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) August 09, 2016
wePresent has had a lot of reasons to celebrate this year: 8 awards on the American and European trade show circuits, the launch of a new product (the education-focused WiPG-1600), and the expansion of its European office, to name a few. Now it’s adding yet another reason, as wePresent announces its partnership with Croma Digital to distribute wePresent solutions throughout Mexico.
Croma Digital is one of Mexico City’s premier AV distributors in both the education and corporate markets. General Director Carlos Rendon has stressed his companies’ attention to the customer experience, stating “We have realized that the main problem of the market is the after-sales service they receive from suppliers, who are typically only interested in closing sales, rather than creating lasting business relationships.”
“This company is committed to effort, attention, values, and above all, respect for the customer, which is of the utmost importance to us,” Rendon added. Croma Digital’s customers-first attitude toward distribution makes them a great match for wePresent, whose focus on the best partners in sales and service is unmatched.
Industry veteran Michael Peveler, who recently signed on as wePresent’s Vice President of Global Sales, highlighted how wePresent’s goals matched up with those of Croma: “One of the things that’s always excited me about wePresent was how flexible the company is. It’s allowed us to enjoy great success in both the education and corporate market, but our focus has always remained on creating a great experience for the folks who use it every day. That’s exactly why Croma is such a good match for us, it really allows us to continue expanding while still maintaining a close relationship with our distributors and customers.”
The wePresent wireless solution (which recently won the MKB Proof 2016 Award from European publication Winmag Pro, in addition to Best of Show awards won at Infocomm and ISTE in the US) is designed with both the classroom and the meeting room in mind. Meant to give presenters an easier way to connect with their audiences, as well as to create a collaborative environment for learning and sharing, the hardware has continued to gain popularity around the globe as the presentation system of choice.