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Honeywell ups ANZ partner network and partner program

09 Jul 15

Honeywell is ramping up its ANZ reseller network and its partner rewards offerings, as the scanning and mobility vendor expands its reach locally.

The vendor has expanded its ANZ network by 34% so far this year as it pushes further into key markets of collection and delivery, healthcare, field workforce, ports, postal and retail.

New additions to Honeywell’s reseller network include GPK Group, Think Wireless, Store Innovation and Pos 99.

The company, which is a key player in the automatic identification and data capture industry, has also introduced a new rewards program for partners. The Biggest Game in Town offers resellers the opportunity to win prizes including a trip for two to New York.

Tony Repaci, Honeywell Scanning and Mobility ANZ country manager, says he’s grateful to Honeywell’s resellers for the commitment they have shown in partnering with the vendor to help meet the needs and improve customer workflow processes.

“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,” Repaci says.

The company says resellers have access to a ‘rapidly expanding’ range of solutions to help customers’ optimise their business operations.

“Honeywell’s resellers and their customers also have access to a rapidly expanding range of solutions to meet varying business needs as a result of Honeywell’s focus on operating systems in order to ensure the life cycle of a technology deployment is future-proofed,” the company says.

Honeywell says building products for Apple has enabled it to integrate enterprise sleds with barcode capabilities for iOS devices for the retail landscape, while a 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.

Honeywell is one of Apple’s Homekit connected homes framework.

In December 2014 the company acquired Datamax-O'Neil, a global manufacturer of fixed and mobile printers used in a range of retail, warehouse and distribution and healthcare applications.

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