Boxlight (BOXL) Launches New Redesigned User-Friendly Website

Boxlight Corporation BOXL recently announced the launch of its redesigned website, which is now more user-friendly with improved navigation and functionality.

The website is now more effective at guiding users through Boxlight’s solutions for education, retail and enterprise, providing far-reaching information about Boxlight brands such as Clevertouch Technologies, Mimio, FrontRow and EOS Education, sharing customer success stories and updating information for partners and investors.

“This will be an ever-evolving project to meet our user demand and our ever-changing product offerings,” said Sunshine Nance, senior vice president, Marketing and Communications, Boxlight.

The move follows the company’s launch of MimioPro 4, its latest interactive display model. MimioPro 4 includes CleverLivecloud-based content management platform and Clevershare screen mirroring software to improve communication and support hybrid and remote learning.

To be a leading provider of interactive technology solutions

These changes are part of Boxlight’s continued drive to become a leading provider of interactive technology solutions and services globally. These are ways to offer innovative technologies and solutions to strengthen its competitive position in the wider market.

The company spares no effort in executing its growth strategies to ensure long-term revenue growth and operational performance. It remains heavily focused on using its Content Cloud platform to drive annual revenue acceleration. It is trying to increase its margins through ROI initiatives across its business and scaling into lower cost locations.

Boxlight shares are down 70.3% over the past year, compared to a 71.9% drop in the industry it belongs to.

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Zacks Ranking and Stocks to Consider

Accenture currently carries a Zacks Rank #3 (Hold).

Some higher ranked stocks within the broader business services sector that investors may consider are Cross Country Health Care CCRN, Gartner that and Budget Reviews CAR, each sporting a Zacks rank #1 (strong buy) at present. You can see the full list of today’s Zacks #1 (Strong Buy) ranking stocks here.

Cross Country Healthcare has an expected profit growth rate of 55.9% for the current year. CCRN has a surprise on earnings for the last four quarters of 29.2% on average.

Cross Country Healthcare has a long-term earnings growth rate of 6.9%.

Gartner shares have gained 4.5% over the past year. IT has generated a surprise on the profits of the last four quarters of 24.2% on average.

The Zacks consensus estimate for earnings from Gartner for the current year is up 12.9% over the past 60 days.

Avis Budget forecasts a profit growth rate of 74.7% for the current year. CAR recorded a four-quarter earnings surprise of 102.1%, on average.

Avis Budget has a long-term earnings growth rate of 19.4%.

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