Honeywell expands Australian and New Zealand reseller network

Honeywell expands Australian and New Zealand reseller network
Honeywell Voyager 1202G

Honeywell Voyager 1202G.

Honeywell has expanded its Australian and New Zealand reseller network by 34 per cent in 2015, expanding its distribution of scanning and mobility products to customers in the collection and delivery, healthcare, field workforce, ports, postal and retail sectors.

Honeywell Scanning & Mobility has been involved in the automatic identification and data capture (AIDC) industry for more than 40 years. Its resellers and their customers also have access to what Honeywell says is a rapidly expanding range of solutions to meet varying business needs.

Building products for Apple has enabled Honeywell to integrate enterprise sleds with barcode capabilities for iOS devices for the retail sector, and the collaboration with Microsoft delivers the Windows Embedded 8.1 Handheld platform to Honeywell’s mobility devices so they can work in sync with wider enterprise systems.

Some of the recent additions to the Honeywell reseller network include GPK Group, Pty Ltd., Think Wireless Ltd., Store Innovation Ltd., and POS 99 Pty Ltd.

Honeywell also recently showed its commitment to strengthening partnerships with its growing reseller network through a new rewards program, The Biggest Game in Town, offering resellers the opportunity to win a number of prizes, including a trip for two to New York.

“I would like to thank all our resellers for commitment they have shown in partnering with Honeywell to help meet the needs and improve customer workflow processes,” Tony Repaci, country manager, ANZ, for Honeywell Scanning & Mobility. “I am also excited that Honeywell is now providing an even wider portfolio of innovative technology solutions designed to help optimise workflow processes, to make workers more effective.”

 

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