Jessica Vermeer
26 November

Together with partner De Rolf Groep, Ctouch has won a large Dutch education tender. In the next five years, more than 100 school locations in the South Holland South region will be equipped with interactive touchscreens from the Eindhoven company. The tender process was initiated by Kien, an ICT partnership of 10 school boards servicing 2,900 employees who educate almost 25,000 students. After an extensive selection procedure, three parties were chosen to provide a proof of concept. Ctouch and De Rolf’s solution was deemed the best fit.

Credit: Ctouch

Recently, Ctouch had similar success in Belgium. It was chosen by Antwerp-based Koba to provide interactive touchscreens to 130 schools with about 56,000 students. The total turnover of that contract is estimated to be around 1.4 million euros.