Skellefteå company Nuiteq signs new agreements with South Korea, Chile and Greece. The Snowflake software is now available in 33 languages in more than 70 countries.
Nuiteq extends its distribution agreement for the Snowflake product with its Korean partner, AVA Vision. The companies have been collaborating for almost a decade and continue to offer innovative interactive solutions to the market.
“For many years, the Snowflake software has contributed to our success. Its capabilities and performance combined with our multi-user touch screens offer our customers an innovative and unique experience. Our partnership remains rewarding thus it’s only natural to resign our distribution agreement,” says JJ Park, CEO of AVA Vision.
The educational software Snowflake MultiTeach and Snowflake Entertainment in combination with AVA Vision multi-user touch screens are often used in schools, kindergartens, event rooms and advertising walls in South Korea.
Chile and Greece
At the same time, Nuiteq announces that new agreements also are signed with Nexthea from Chile and IDIA in Greece.
“We’re looking forward to our collaboration with Nexthea as our Snowflake software continues to strengthen its foothold in Spanish speaking regions. The Nuiteq software is available in 33 languages, including Spanish. This, combined with the Spanish content that our Global Content Department has created, we believe will be of great value add to our partner,” says Nuiteq’s CEO and co-founder Harry van der Veen.
The agreement with IDIA in Greece is a continuation of a long-standing partnership that the company has with Nuiteq.
“The Greek market is a challenging one, so we are proud that we continue to collaborate with a partner that is so determined and dedicated to succeed, where many others failed,” says Harry van der Veen.