VariQuest Perfecta 2400 is Reader's Choice Award Winner!

August 1, 2014 Margo Ensz
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You like us, you really like us! Maybe we should work on a different acceptance speech... We are humbly honored to announce that the VariQuest Perfecta 2400 wide format printing design system has been named a winner of the 2014-2015 eSchool News Readers' Choice Award! Here's part of the official August 1 press release:

"eSchool News honors 2014-15 Readers’ Choice Award winners"

eSchool News, a publisher of K-12 ed-tech news and information, has announced the winners of its 2014-15 Readers’ Choice Awards, honoring the best products and services in educational technology as chosen by readers.

More than 1,300 educators and administrators from K-12 schools and districts across North America nominated their favorite ed-tech products or services this past spring; to maintain the integrity of the program, nominations from vendors were not accepted.

When submitting nominations, educators were asked to describe how they were using each product to improve teaching, learning, or school administration—and to what effect.

The result “is a list of ed-tech products and services that have proven to be effective,” said Editorial Director Dennis Pierce. “We hope readers will find this information valuable as they consider what technologies they should use in their own schools.”

Read more about eSchool News, other winners, and how the selection process works here. Thank you to everyone who nominated us, we hope the Perfecta will continue to exceed your expectations! Learn more about the Perfecta and receive a free full color poster & sample kit by clicking below!

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