Back to School: Revolabs Offers Academic Discount
Recognizing that technology plays an important role in education today, Revolabs has just rolled out a new pricing program to help make conferencing technology more affordable in schools.
Revolabs, the premier provider of audio solutions for unified communications, enterprise collaboration, and professional audio applications across a wide range of markets, has debuted the Dean's List Discount Program.
“This initiative, designed specifically for those associated with education, offers educators and IT/network managers at educational institutions an additional 10 percent instant discount at the time of purchase on any qualifying Revolabs product order,” the company said in a statement.
The Dean's List Discount Program is designed to help educational institutions enhance the student learning experience with Revolabs’ award-winning collaboration technologies via reduced pricing. The company offers a broad line of products that range from wireless voice amplification to systems designed to reach students located outside the traditional classroom setting. It’s available to all U.S.-based K-12 schools, colleges, universities, and other qualified institutions.
“Not only has technology impacted our daily lives, but it’s become a big part of the educational experience,” said Jim Fairweather, executive vice president of global sales at Revolabs, in announcing the program. “Revolabs is committed to helping our next generation access today’s collaboration tools for a firsthand experience with the market’s most cutting-edge technologies. The Dean’s List program offers educational institutions an affordable option to obtain rich collaboration technologies.”
To take advantage of the Dean’s List Discount Program, participating institutions or their resellers only need to complete and submit a registration form available at revolabs.com/deanslist for approval. Upon acceptance, the discount is immediately applicable with the order placement. More information and full terms and conditions on the Dean’s List Discount Program and Revolabs’ full line of products are available at www.revolabs.com.
Edited by Dominick Sorrentino