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Samsung signs Aptec as official distributor for Gulf

VAD to supply partners in the region with the vendor’s enterprise printing solutions

Samsung signs Aptec as official distributor for Gulf
Samsung's Sherif Fahim (left), shakes hands with Aptec MD Bahaa Salah, after signing the deal.

Samsung has appointed Ingram Micro's Aptec, as the official distributor for the Gulf region for its wide range of enterprise-focused printing solutions.

In terms of the deal, Aptec distribute Samsung's enterprise priniting solutions to its wide network of resellers in the Gulf.

Sherif Fahim, head, Printing Solutions at Samsung Gulf Electronics said: "We are certain that Aptec's geographical coverage, decades of experience, extensive customer base and value-added services, especially within the Gulf, will create a whole new range of possibilities for our printing technology. Primed to deliver substantial cost savings to businesses and boost their mobility and productivity, our printing solutions range from hardware to business applications."

Bahaa Salah, managing director, Aptec, Gulf and Near East region, added that: "This partnership with Samsung presents a great and exciting opportunity to further enhance and enrich our enterprise solutions offerings to the channel. As a key point in the value chain, we strive to create sales and profitability opportunities for vendors and resellers through unique marketing programs, logistics services, technical support, financial services, and product aggregation and distribution."

Samsung's growing enterprise printing solutions portfolio includes the latest in the ProXpress series.

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