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Portable LCD makes for first class travel at CCH

Curt Will with Sharp Notevision portable LCD projectorWhen Curt Will packs his bags for a business trip, his destination could be just about anywhere in the United States. With a widely dispersed sales force averaging one rep per state, the Sales Operations/Support Manager for CCH, Inc. wants to travel light. Thatís the reason Will turned to the Sharp Notevision projector as his frequent traveling companion.

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CCH is in the weighty business of keeping track of the legal changes that govern our everyday lives. "We take all the laws and regulations on a particular topic, interpret and annotate them," says Will. "We give people the tools to put them into action." In other words, the lawyer who seems to pull that obscure case study out of his head probably looked it up in a CCH publication. Willís office in Riverwoods, Illinois deals primarily with health and human resource issues. In the ever changing world of Medicare and Medicaid regulations, it is Willís job to keep his sales force abreast of what the company has to offer and to make product presentations as smooth and presentable as possible. So when it came time to upgrade his LCD projector, Will decided something light and simple to use would make his job easier. It was United Visualís Mike Maturo that suggested the Sharp portable. "Mike was very helpful," says Will. "He did a good job of identifying our needs and bringing machines that met our needs. Our only decision was which one and the price."

Willís new projector weighs less than ten pounds, and even in its softside travel case, is an easy carry on. He no longer worries about having to present in a room with too many windows, because the projector is so bright. Setup is a simple matter of plugging the projector into the computer or VCR and turning it on. "It's a no brainer, and thatís exactly what it should be," says Will.

The demands of his job may find him presenting software training to three or four employees one day, or making a computer presentation to 40 or 50 clients the next. In either case, the Notevision has proven to be a sensible choice for a man on the move.