Before selecting a new and improved projection solution that would benefit the entire university, UDE’s IT department conducted several internal studies to investigate the capabilities and lifespan of its current equipment, and used those findings to select new equipment. The IT department concluded that ViewSonic projectors could fully meet the operating and academic needs of the university.
“At the beginning, we feared the implementation was going to be costly because we needed to meet the demands of the relevant stakeholders as soon as possible in order to secure continued academic operations,” said Alba. “But then ViewSonic’s helpful and effective business and technical support team helped to make this process faster and easier to complete.”
In addition to technical and business support, ViewSonic projectors offered lower maintenance, DLP technology-based projectors, and a wide variety of projection choices. As such, ViewSonic was a one-stop-shop that provided everything from basic PJD5 projectors for small classrooms, to high-level PJD6 networkable projectors, and Full HD PJD7 and Pro 9 projectors.
UDE went on to purchase over 100 ViewSonic projectors to be used in classrooms throughout the eight faculties of the university. Models included the PJD5155, PJD6352LS, PJD7828HDL, and Pro9510L, and were chosen to meet the particular needs of each department.