• Alain Godet

Kappa Data Signs Distribution Contract with UWB specialist Pozyx


Patrick Casteels, Managing Partner Kappa Data

Belgian network and security VAD Kappa Data has strengthened its IoT portfolio with the UWB products of Pozyx, thanks to a unique distribution contract for the Benelux.


Pozyx is a specialist in the field of accurate indoor positioning, based on state-of-the-art UWB (ultra-wideband) technology. Since 2015, its products are used by more than 4,000 customers in 80 countries to locate people and objects with razor-sharp precision. In this way, Pozyx solutions unlock a wealth of information about the efficiency of business processes.


With Kappa Data and its Dutch office, Pozyx signs up its first distributor for the Benelux, Kappa Data will take care of the sales and marketing for Pozyx with the aim to create a strong reseller landscape, but will also provide a strong added value that includes training, site surveys and installations.


With Pozyx Kappa Data expands its IoT story further: next to solutions based on BLE, the company can now also offer solutions in the field of UWB, reaching the total market for positioning solutions.


Patrick Casteels, Managing Partner Kappa Data, said: “we are delighted to be able to sign this contract with Pozyx. It is a technologically strong company with good references. They are ready to take the next step and offer their products to a very broad market where we will help them as a distributor. Moreover, it is very pleasant to work with a Ghent company for once: top technology close to home, what more could we want?


Yves Ghys, Chief Commercial Officer Pozyx, added: "the exclusive Benelux cooperation with Kappa Data is a perfect implementation of our global growth strategy. A value-added distributor with a strong partner network allows us to better inform, advise and follow up on Pozyx customers. The close cooperation with the existing Pozyx sales and customer success teams ensures an ideal mix of knowledge, experience and competence to customers and prospects in the Benelux region."