March 24, 2014


Here is a growing list of companies and organizations that have found the benefits of using eBeam,

They are varied in their industry but they all have the same goal - improve information flow during and after meetings and class.

Check them out:

Computer Healthcare
Infopath
Fairview Elementary School
DataOps
Pacific Pile & Marine
Kellogg Christian School
Omega Learning Center
University of Miami
Our Lady of Sorrows School
CyberObject
Vantage Oncology
Catholic Social Services
Wellshare International
GeoSpace
Silicus
Swagelok
Florida Institute of Technology
Fulton County Schools
First Assembly Christian Schools
Alkermes

 

Why eBeam?

eBeam makes interactive easy

Now Luidia produces innovative new products with eBeam. Our products are powerful, user-friendly and easy every step along the way, from box to board to interactivity.

Easy to use.

You can focus on the things that matter, like delivering a compelling lesson that captivates your students or hosting a meeting that lets everyone contribute, no matter where they happen to be.

Easy on the pocket.

Our intuitive solution doesn’t require professional installation reducing your overall costs. Even your shipping costs are low (most products ship FREE), thanks to our small form factor.

Easy to install.

You don’t need to be an IT specialist to get your eBeam system up and running. Our systems take just minutes to install.

Easy to deploy.

Unlike other interactive whiteboards, deploying an eBeam system is flexible and scalable. There are few barriers to installation and use, and practically no learning curve.

Easy to integrate.

eBeam systems are designed to adapt to your needs, bringing interactivity to your existing environment with relevant solutions that will work for you.

Easy to upgrade.

We realize that schools and businesses have limited budgets, so our solution leverages the equipment you already own, like computers, projectors and whiteboards. PLUS all of the software updates are Free to ALL users of the technology - including the New Version 3.0 due out in Spring 2014.


Matthew Brooks
Matthew Brooks

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