February 21, 2012 Sanborn, NY – Studica, Inc., has redesigned its online web stores across the globe. The mission at Studica has always been to unite technology with education. Studica is well established in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. Now, the education source for software and technology products is expanding across the globe. Studica recently announced locations for Latin America, Oceana, Eastern Europe and the Middle East.
“Our expansion efforts have been very successful. Studica now has offices spanning the globe. You can find Studica in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Brazil, Greece, Denmark, Hungary, Australia and Mexico. To celebrate our success, we’ve redesigned our site. We know our customers will enjoy!”– Frank Nanfara, President, Studica. Taking into consideration customer feedback and ease-of-use, the new web store features a clean, fresh interface that offers easier navigation. The focus of Studica’s online stores remains offering the best educational software and technology products to schools, teachers, and students.
The updated online stores can be viewed at www.studica.com. Celebrating over 25 years of business, Studica is known for providing great customer service and value to academia. Studica’ s educational discounts help teachers, students and schools save up to 80% off retail prices on popular software, hardware and other technology products. Studica offers thousands of products from hundreds of manufacturers including Adobe, Autodesk, Avid, fischertechnik, Microsoft, National Instruments, Unity, design3, Pantone, 3dConnexion, Wacom and many more.
Studica is the education source for software and technology products. Utilizing a focused approach, Studica has outside and inside sales personnel, and an intuitive e-commerce site, an informative blog, Facebook, Google+ and Twitter feeds that work effectively together to serve the education community. Serving local and world education markets, Studica has offices in the US, Canada, the UK, Brazil, Greece, Denmark, Hungary, Australia and Mexico, with more planned in the near future.