Avantis Education Appoints Alloys as New Australian Distributor

Avantis Education, creator of the world’s leading virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR) solution for education, has announced the appointment of Alloys as its new distribution partner for the Australian market.

The partnership comes as VR/AR technologies are gaining traction in the Australian education sector, with increasing interest and exploration in school settings. By partnering with Alloys, Avantis Education has made ClassVR more accessible to Australian resellers. With established finance, logistics and support operations, Alloys will ensure the efficient      distribution of ClassVR throughout the country, enabling Australian schools to harness the proven benefits of VR/AR immersive learning experiences. 

ClassVR, a pioneering technology in the educational space, is set to enhance Alloys' already impressive product range. With over 40 years in business, Alloys has a long history of helping resellers achieve above-market success. Having spent the last 15+ years focusing specifically on the AV and education markets, the company is excited to integrate ClassVR into its portfolio.

Commenting on the new partnership, Alistair Hayward, Chief Revenue Officer at Avantis Education, said: "We are thrilled to be partnering with Alloys to scale up the distribution of ClassVR across Australia. Their extensive experience makes them an ideal partner to support our growth plans and ensure ClassVR is readily available to schools across the country.”

ClassVR is now used by more than two million students, in 200,000 classrooms across 90 countries. To learn more about the benefits of ClassVR in education environments, visit the website.

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