Harder-ware: New agreement yields all-in-one source for rugged mobile computing solutions

Mobile computing solutions vendor Psion Teklogix has a new distribution agreement with Ingram Micro to deliver high-performance mobile computing technology.<br/>


Industry analyst firm VDC Research Group

The NEO handheld computer (photo courtesy Psion Teklogix)

To that end, Psion Teklogix , a global provider of mobile computing solutions, reports a new distribution agreement by which the Ingram Micro Data Capture/POS Division will support and resell Psion’s full line of rugged computing solutions. This includes a broad range of mobile handheld and vehicle-mounted computers, RFID readers, scanners, and voice and printer products.
According to Ron Caines, Psion Teklogix president of worldwide sales, the alliance promises greater operational efficiency, expands the company’s reach, and provides its current channel partners access to Ingram Micro’s value-added service and financing programs, as well as its entire portfolio of IT products, solutions and services.
“Working with Ingram Micro, one of the industry’s top channel partners for POS, AIDC and RFID technology solutions, accelerates our value proposition to channel partners and enables them to sell to and service their customers more effectively,” says Caines. “In addition, Ingram Micro’s broad-based portfolio allows our partners to source all their technology needs, which helps them to improve productivity and customer service.”

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