Location: Dublin 22, Dublin
Address: Unit L2, Baldonnell Business Park, Baldonnell, Dublin
Steljes Ireland is a distributor with a difference. The company creates opportunity for its partners, customers and end users by pioneering innovative technologies that enable people to interact and communicate more effectively while working and learning. We source products from around the world, working with vendors to customise and bring their solutions to market through a specialised channel network.
This approach has helped Steljes make significant inroads into the corporate market and is bringing new revenue streams to many resellers while maintaining its market leadership position in the education market in the interactive whiteboard category with SMART Board® interactive whiteboards.
As part of the company’s expansion programme in Ireland, Steljes relocated to a new, larger office in the prestigious Baldonnell Business Park in Dublin. The office has demonstration facilities that include all the latest technologies, such as SMART Board™ interactive whiteboards and panels, projectors, student laptops and visualisers. This facility is open to all Steljes’ resellers to use free of charge so they can host their customers and demonstrate the latest technologies available.
Steljes provides practical training and support to ensure that innovations add value in real-world situations, out-performing existing technology to deliver better results.
The extensive product portfolio includes SMART Boards, LCD panels, projectors - both ultra short throw and interactive, plasma displays, visualisers, voting systems, classroom PCs and complementary products. Recently, the company set up the Specialist Products Division that will focus on the full range of core AV connectivity solutions, such as signal conversion products, switching and distribution solutions, as well as specialist products, including integrating cloud-based digital signage with social media networks and custom-built solutions for video walls for retail and command-and-control environments.
Video: Greg Tierney of Steljes on the importance of the Government's investment in technology in education
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