United Kingdom: DC/POS specialist Varlink has added Datamax O’Neil print solutions to its existing Honeywell range of scanners, printers and mobile computers. Datamax O'Neil, acquired by Honeywell in December 2014, manufactures fixed and mobile label and receipt printers suitable for retail, field force, warehousing and healthcare industries. The acquisition of Datamax O'Neil further enhanced Honeywell's print offering which, following the introduction of Intermec in 2013, for the first time had comprised of desktop, mobile and industrial grade printing solutions and associated supplies, complementing their highly comprehensive range of mobile computers and barcode scanners. Datamax O'Neil's portable printers include ultra-rugged receipt printers, ideal for route accounting, direct store delivery and field service applications. Their desktop printer range is ideal for meeting customer needs in retail, healthcare and warehousing environments. Honeywell's full printing range is now available through Varlink, from industrial grade label printers, receipt and stationary printers through to compact desktop printers designed for space constrained environments.
United Kingdom: POS specialist Varlink has unveiled the addition of the iconic Panasonic Toughbook, Toughpad and EPoS range of products to its hardware portfolio. Local IT resellers, system integrators and solution providers can now access Panasonic's world leading range of rugged and durable computers with Varlink's next day delivery service.
Since its launch in 1996 the Panasonic Toughbook has defined the ruggedised PC and tablet market, redefining the possibilities of access to data and applications in the most challenging of environments. Toughbook and Toughpad customers work in some of the world's harshest conditions, and therefore need mobile computers that can operate effectively in challenging environments.
Varlink CEO, Mike Pullon said, "We are delighted to be able to add Panasonic, a world leading manufacturer, to our portfolio of rugged computing and EPoS vendors. Panasonic’s Toughbook and Toughpad are amongst the most durable and reliable computers on the market and their range of EPoS terminals broadens our resellers’ choice to offer to their customers. Our customers can rely on Varlink’s expertise and assistance to select the right Panasonic product for their solution."
Designed to operate in both extremely low and high temperatures, the fully rugged Toughbook and Toughpad ranges are dust, water, vibration and drop proof from a height of up to 1.8m. They are available in a variety of form factors including Laptops, Notebooks and Tablets ensuring field workers are equipped with a fit for purpose device to meet the everyday challenges of their roles.
Oliver Ledgard, Panasonic Channel Manager for UK & Ireland, commented, "Panasonic Toughbook are extremely excited to be working alongside Varlink. We hope that this relationship will mean we can offer a more diverse mobility solution to UK resellers and solution providers, giving them peace of mind that their Toughbook or Toughpad devices will be fully compatible with their end users’ requirements."
Varlink signs up DataVan as new EPOS vendor
United Kingdom: AIDC and POS specialist Varlink has added DataVan to its portfolio of EPoS vendors, introducing the Taiwanese manufacturer to the local market. Varlink will soon be distributing the DataVan Glamor and Bravo ranges of EPoS Terminal, offering a reliable, powerful and stylish solution to UK resellers in both the retail and hospitality sectors. The bezel free Glamor and the entry level Bravo offer easy service and maintenance with innovative field replaceable modular engineering and cable free technology. Both terminals are resistant to dust and spills and the fanfree design of the Glamor series ensures low energy usage, reducing the total cost of ownership for the end user. Varlink Managing Director Mike Pullon said, "We have worked hard to find an established manufacturer capable of providing us with reliable and well specified products backed by the commercial understanding and flexibility required to enable us to establish their brand in the United Kingdom. After long and detailed discussions I am delighted that we have entered into an agreement with DataVan that will see us distribute their EPoS terminals to retail solution providers in the UK and Ireland." Head of DataVan Jarry Ku said, "As the demand for our state-of-the-art products increases it is vital we partner with an experienced local distributor in Varlink. After thorough discussions with Varlink we are sure they will be the perfect distribution partner in UK and Ireland. We look forward to working with Varlink and our goal is to bring a great product selection with future-proof technologies that exceed customers' expectations." The DataVan EPoS terminals will be available with 38cm resistive touch or true-flat glass projective capacitive touch screens and with a range of Intel processors to suit an array of technical and budget requirements. Both series of terminal also come equipped with comprehensive I/O connectivity options capable of coping with today’s EPoS requirements as well as future developments.
United Kingdom: DC/POS specialist Varlink have expanded their Honeywell offering with the addition of the Intermec product set to their Honeywell portfolio of barcode scanners, mobile computers and vehicle mount computers. Honeywell completed its acquisition of Intermec in September 2013, adding RFID, voice and printer solutions to the existing Honeywell portfolio of mobile solutions. The addition of the Intermec range will only strengthen Varlink's existing portfolio of Honeywell products by providing the user with a full solution and enhancing their market with the introduction of RFID mobile devices.
United Kingdom: following the departure of Emma Phillips to Portakabin, POS specialist Varlink has hired Kathryn Baarda as its new marketing and alliance manager. Kathryn was previously working for Trustmarque Solutions, a provider of payment gateways and payment risk evaluation.
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