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OneVision – Page 2

Oct, 2016
Hitachi Marketing

When Tyrone Johnson-Neuland was approached by SUNY Oswego’s Graphic Arts Department to find a new projector that had more lumens and better color quality, he began a detailed search to find the best fit. After meeting with Hitachi representative Beth Scoville and seeing a few projector demonstrations, he was sold. In the end Johnson-Neuland went with Hitachi because of the image quality, affordability and the company’s unique OneVision program. Read more here.


Oct, 2016
Hitachi Marketing

In 2012, Rodger Perry began working at Cleveland Community College in Shelby, N.C. as the Audiovisual Coordinator. One of his first projects on campus was to replace older classroom and meeting room projectors with new ones. After looking into different types and brands of projectors, Perry decided to support the school’s previous decision and stick with Hitachi projectors. Hitachi’s affordable price points, high-quality features, and effortless transition from old projectors to new fit the college’s upgrade and management plans perfectly. Read the full story here.

Cleveland Community College

Sep, 2016
Hitachi Marketing

“Our goal at GateWay Community College is to be on the cutting edge of technology without bleeding financially,” says Senadz Lubovac, the Coordinator for A/V. “We had to figure out what functionality we needed in each classroom, how we were going to accomplish that goal and how we were going to do so with the best price to value ratio. That’s when we turned to Hitachi and its OneVision program.”

Read the full story here.


Sep, 2016
Hitachi Marketing


For the first time we will be exhibiting at the Educause Annual Conference, October 26-27 in Anaheim, CA.

Visit us at booth # 1857 to meet our OneVision Program experts and learn more about how you can join one of the best higher education programs in the market!



Aug, 2016
Hitachi Marketing

Dana Manley, Computer A/V Technician for Saddleback College, decided to register in the OneVision program when he heard about the great incentives from sales representative Edgar Jimenez. “Edgar told us about the program incentives and we were sold,” says Manley. “We get an extended warranty and either a free lamp when you buy 3 projectors or free projector when you buy 10 projectors. We like to buy extra projectors to have just in case anyway, so why wouldn’t we sign up?” Manley explained that the extended warranty is the best part of the program for Saddleback because the warranty lasts longer than the school’s refresh cycle, meaning that the projectors are always covered while in use.

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