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'Elo @ The Office' Solutions Embrace Open Collaboration

Touch Screens for Offices Enable Interactive Meetings, Web Dashboards, and More Effective Training Sessions Anytime, Anywhere

MILPITAS, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/17/14 -- Elo Touch Solutions (Elo), the original inventor of touchscreen technology and a portfolio company of The Gores Group, today expanded its 'Elo @ The Office' solution set to embrace open collaboration and unified communications capabilities from a broad array of software providers including Google® and Microsoft®. Elo @ The Office enhances communications, optimizes collaboration, and boosts productivity as every worldwide meeting becomes face-to-face work space to share ideas and stay connected, minus the travel time, without having to learn how to use new applications. You run your meetings using your choice of communication, conferencing and collaboration tools.

Remote participants can join meetings using their phone, tablet or computer from both inside or outside the enterprise. Meeting leaders walk up, sign on, and start sharing live content real-time. Your IT organization is happy because Elo @ The Office is managed and secured like any other computer on your network without having to reconfigure security firewalls.

"Imagine combining the simplicity of a whiteboard with the interactive touch experience of a tablet on a big, bright and thin 70-inch touch screen. No new software to learn and no special rooms to schedule as you use the same tools in meetings that you use at your desk," said Craig Witsoe, CEO Elo Touch Solutions. "Elo @ The Office goes beyond traditional projector and big screen TV approaches in your meeting rooms. It's affordable enough to be deployed in every conference room -- not just the board room -- and leverages all your existing communications and collaboration software investments."

Unified communications from Avaya®, Cisco®, Polycom®, ShoreTel®, Unify®, and others in addition to conferencing tools such as Cisco WebEx®, Citrix GoToMeeting®, Google® Hangouts™, Microsoft® Lync® and Skype® can easily be used with the Elo @ The Office touch screens. Your data is accessible from the cloud using apps such as Dropbox®, Google Drive®, Microsoft Azure®, One Drive®, Office 365®, Oracle®, salesforce.com®, SAP®, or SharePoint® without having to bring your tablet or your computer to a meeting.

Elo @ The Office makes meetings interactive for the same amount of money you would invest in a traditional projector, screen, and laptop. Elo @ The Office touch screens are available in 32, 42, 55 and 70 inch sizes and offer an integrated Intel® Core™ i5 all-in-one touchcomputer computer running Microsoft Windows®. In addition to a broad array of unified communications and collaboration software apps that can be installed by users on an Elo @ The Office touchscreen, Elo bundled solution kits offer virtual receptionist and lobby directory applications.

Available worldwide immediately, Elo @ The Office solution pricing starts at $2,750 MSRP list price and features a standard 3-year warranty. Elo will be demonstrating the full range of Elo @ The Office solutions at InfoComm14 June 18-20 in Las Vegas.

About Elo Touch Solutions
Elo is the original inventor of the touchscreen over 40 years ago. Today, Elo Touch Solutions is a global leader in commercial touchscreens with over 20 million installations in more than 80 countries. The Elo product portfolio encompasses the broadest selection of OEM touchscreen components, touchmonitors, all-in-one touchcomputers, mobile tablets and interactive digital signage for the demanding requirements of diverse markets including airports, bank branches, gaming casinos, industrial automation control, self-service kiosks, healthcare facilities, hotels, museums, office buildings, restaurants, retail stores and transportation. The Elo touch experience has consistently stood for quality, reliability and innovation with professional touchscreens that are built to last. Elo intellectual property is protected by a number of patent, trademark and design registrations globally. For more information on Elo products and services, please call 800-ELO-TOUCH, visit us on the Web at www.elotouch.com or direct email inquiries to [email protected].

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