Interactive audiovisual kit distributor Steljes has moved into a bigger office in Dublin's Greenogue business centre.
Conor McGrogan (pictured), managing director of Steljes Ireland, said the move was to support expanded demand from corporate customers.
"Technologies are helping Irish companies stay ahead of the competition and thrive in an increasingly global marketplace. Our executive-solutions briefing centre showcases technologies that are proven to help companies improve their productivity and reduce costs," McGrogan said.
The demo room will host screens, videowalls, connectivity kit, room control, signage offerings and other interactive technologies and resellers may use the facilities to showcase and test offerings.
Steljes also has offices in London, Bagshot, Edinburgh, Wolverhampton, Leeds, and Maribor, Slovenia.
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