Hitachi America, Ltd.

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May, 2016
Hitachi Marketing

Will Dunham has joined the sales team as Regional Sales Manager for the west region of the U.S. Dunham will be based in Arizona and will manage sales in Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.

On his hire, Dunham said, “I am eager to join the Hitachi team. I’ve worked in education and the audio visual industry for nearly 30 years and look forward to bringing my skills to a market leader like Hitachi.”

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Apr, 2016
Hitachi Marketing

We’ve recently launched a new throw distance calculator on our website. The calculator can help you choose a projector based on your throw distance needs and select the right lens.

http://throwdistance.hitachi-america.us

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Apr, 2016
Hitachi Marketing

Lone Star 4“We first came across Hitachi quite a few years ago when we were doing an extensive projector review,” says Juelg. “After we chose Hitachi, we standardized across all of the campuses. Every three years we do a market analysis to make sure we are getting the best tech for the best value and each year we have come back to Hitachi.”

Lone Star recently joined Hitachi’s OneVision program for higher education. The program comes with perks such as specialized pricing, advanced replacement on projector maintenance and extended warranties on both projectors and lamps. “The additional warranty was a big driver for joining the OneVision program,” says Juelg. “Warranty is very important to us with all of the campuses that we have.” As Lone Star looks to the future, Juelg hopes to take advantage of the ‘Buy 10 projectors, get the 11th free’ OneVision perk to upgrade the campuses to the CP-WX5505 which comes with the HDBaseT™ connections and wireless connectivity he thinks the students will benefit from.

 

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Apr, 2016
Hitachi Marketing

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Be our Guest at InfoComm 2016. Use our VIP code when you register to receive a free exhibit hall pass!

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Feb, 2016
Hitachi Marketing

Five years ago Henderson Middle School didn’t have much to say when it came to technology. The classrooms were outfitted with chalkboards and erasers, which principal Hardy Dotson found uninspiring to the students’ learning process. “My vision was for teachers and students to use interactive technology together,” says Dotson. “From a student participation standpoint we needed some hands-on applications and lessons that would inspire the kids to participate in class. “Now every classroom in Henderson Middle School is equipped with an interactive projector.”

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