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Boxlight and Edubytes Announce New Distribution Partnership in Mexico with CT Internacional del Noroeste

Expands distribution to more than 33,000 value-added resellers in Mexico

Boxlight Corporation, a leading provider of interactive technology solutions for the global education market, and Edubytes, a Boxlight channel partner in Mexico specializing in the education market, announced a distribution agreement with CT Internacional del Noroeste (“CT International”).

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“We want to help improve education in Mexico by allowing education institutions to maximize their investment in technology, help teachers use new technology to facilitate their job, and boost student outcomes. We are pleased with this new partnership.”

CT International is one of the largest and preferred IT distributors in Mexico, with 27 years in the market, 52 branches, and more than 33,000 value-added resellers. Its mission is to raise the competitiveness and productivity of individuals and organizations to reach their full potential using technology.

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This partnership will allow Boxlight to further expand in the Mexican market by facilitating access to integrated, easy-to-use technology solutions for educational institutions, and by providing new business opportunities to CT International’s channels by selling comprehensive, differentiated, profitable and value-added solutions.

“CT International has a robust distribution strategy supported by extensive marketing and training resources. In partnership with Edubytes, we will ensure excellence in service, competitive prices, availability, and local support for CT’s distribution channels and staff members,” says Ricardo Peña, Executive Vice-President to Latin-America, Boxlight. “We want to help improve education in Mexico by allowing education institutions to maximize their investment in technology, help teachers use new technology to facilitate their job, and boost student outcomes. We are pleased with this new partnership.”

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