PASIG CITY – Multi-awarded company and SME business solutions provider Mustard Seed Systems Corporation (MSSC) has carved another milestone in its 17-year history when it hosted the Education Technology (EduTech) Solutions Summit.
Close to 100 representatives from nearly 50 schools and educational institutions participated in the said feat, with attendees coming from as far as Tarlac and Pampanga. The speakers were DepEd Information and Communications Technology Service Director Aida Yuvienco and PUP Dean Dr. Marietta Reyes, of the College of Tourism, Hospitality and Transportation Management.
Prominent and influential names in the Education Technology and Security & Safety industries took part in the occasion held at the Grand Ballroom of Marco Polo Hotel in Ortigas, Pasig, last November 11.
Mustard Seed has meticulously partnered with internationally recognized and quality-proven names around the world to bring the best array of products for academic advancement through innovative technologies. All the benefactors of the event are considered major players in the evolution of education technology in our country.
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As the event went on, things got even better when Acer pulled out their arsenal. They presented the ground-breaking platform – CloudProfessor. It’s an Internet of Things (IoT) kit linked to Acer’s cloud system that allows users to navigate the different commands of connected devices through their smart phone or tablet. They also highlighted Acer’s Classroom Manager which boats sophisticated functionality.
IL&FS is the company behind all-in-1 super device K-Yan or Knowledge Yantra (Vehicle of Knowledge). This tool has been patented in 9 countries and in India alone, it has helped hone over 10 million students in 26,000 schools. There’s nothing quite like K-Yan because it functions as a projector, computer, interactive wall, TV, storage device and DVD player. Needless to say, it’s one of the best inventions in the modern age of education technology.
The other sponsors who showcased their top of the line products were NetSupport, Honeywell, CyberPower and LG.
The event concluded with a raffle of items from NComputing, Epson, LG, CyberPower, Microsoft and IBM, where the lucky winners took home a cellphone, a printer, a desktop virtualization kit and other cool prizes.
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