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Gemalto partners with Casio to bring digital education into the classroom

April 24, 2018 • Education, Top Stories

Gemalto partners Casio to bring digital education into the classroom

Gemalto partners Casio to bring digital education into the classroom.

Gemalto has revealed that it has partnered with manufacturers of consumer electronics products and business equipment solutions, Casio to help bring digital education into the classroom.

With the implementation of Gemalto Sentinel Entitlement Management System (EMS) and software license Rights Management System (RMS) solutions, Casio will have an enhanced understanding of how their software features are being used in the classroom.

“While the majority of our business revolves around hardware, we are seeing great growth opportunity in software business, and we needed to find a way to expand and enrich our own model to meet our customers’ needs,” said Tomoaki Satoh, General Manager, Product Planning Department, Consumer & Educational Solution Product Division for Casio. “Now, thanks to Gemalto’s advanced technology and insights, we’ve been able to address new markets, streamline our fulfilment process, improve efficiency, and reduce operational costs. We are looking forward to growing together through collaboration and cooperation.”

After implementing Gemalto Sentinel Entitlement Management System (EMS) and software license Rights Management System (RMS) solutions, Casio is now a successful hardware and software-enabled company. Utilising RMS to ensure control and visibility on how its education software is being used and EMS to maximise revenues and streamline business operations, Casio has cemented its future as a market leader in both education hardware and software.

Combining both solutions has enabled the company to tailor its offerings to different markets with one and three-year licenses, to fit in with student needs, as well as a 90-day trial version available. Sales will be boosted through the development of the website for electronic distribution and existing sales channels.

“The education sector is changing to a more digital focus and companies operating in this space need to change with it,” said Shlomo Weiss, senior vice president of Software Monetization at Gemalto. “Through this business transformation, our technology will enable Casio to meet the demands of its customers and offer an innovative service that can meet these emerging trends.”

Edited by Daniëlle Kruger
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