ViewSonic Canada delivers strong first quarter by order of visual solutions

ViewSonic Canada, a global provider of visual solutions, performed a strong first quarter driven by demand for its visual solutions across hybrid work and EdTech markets. Courtesy ViewSonic

ViewSonic Canada, a global provider of visual solutions, performed a strong first quarter driven by demand for its visual solutions across hybrid work and EdTech markets.

In the first quarter, ViewSonic introduced a range of new visual solutions across all categories including commercial displays, interactive flat panel displays, whiteboarding software, desktop and gaming monitors, and projection display systems. The company’s displays include the latest interactive and touch technology, in screen sizes for every application from 381 mm (15 in.) to 2489 mm (98 in.).

Financial incentives at the core of its channel program provides ViewSonic’s partners with monthly rewards and rebates on focused lines of business, volume pricing opportunities and access to digital resources through an accessible online partner portal.

“As the pandemic subsides, innovative new digital spaces where people can interact are emerging across hybrid work, e-learning and commercial markets,” said Deidre Deacon, general manager and channel chief for ViewSonic Canada. “We’re only starting to scratch the surface on realizing the true potential of collaboration solutions in connecting people in these new digital spaces, driving content creation, sharing and productivity. To support this innovation and enable continued growth, we’re expanding our national sales team with the addition of a new senior team member. Based in Vancouver, B.C., Don Kwan will help us reach aggressive revenue targets in enterprise, commercial, and education sectors for the western region. With a strong first quarter in the books and a track record of year-over-year growth, our team couldn’t be better positioned or more excited for the opportunities ahead.”

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