Zebra Technologies appoints Danway as Premium Partner
Press release from the issuing company
Dubai, 31 October 2007 - Zebra Technologies, the global provider of on-demand printing solutions, appointed Danway Emirates into the PartnersFirst programme. Zebra's PartnersFirst Channel programme was launched a year ago to differentiate between distributors, resellers buying through distribution and direct resellers.
Danway, established in Dubai 35 years ago, has offices in 6 locations across the Middle East and over 2500 qualified and skilled professionals and is a key vendor for Zebra products in the region. Danway Emirates is part of the Danway Group and specializes in industrial automation, process automation, Retail solutions and AIDC.
"Danway has a broad client base which demand workable solutions. Zebra Technologies is on the forefront of innovative mobile solutions and through its PartnerFirst Programme ensures that premium partners get all the support they need" commented Paul Garner-Evans, regional sales manager at Zebra Technologies, Middle East.
The solutions provided by Danway are robust, easily configurable data collection systems that empower clients to create and configure existing bar code applications from simple data entry to advanced execution systems without custom programming. Bar Coding provides intelligent data capture so you can get critical data into your system quickly, easily and accurately.
"Our experience in integrating data collection solutions to SAP, Microsoft and Oracle business solutions or any other popular ERP packages gives us the cutting edge. Zebra is a key component in these solutions," said Suresh P.M., Divisional Manager-Auto Id Solutions, Danway Emirates.
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