Kodak Alaris signs on Allscan as value-added distributor for the ME
Allscan Middle East will distribute and promote Kodak Alaris’ offerings in scanners and information management software.
Kodak Alaris Information Management has signed a value-added distributor (VAD) partnership with Allscan Middle East.
The Dubai-based company will promote and distribute Kodak Alaris' portfolio of document scanners and information management software across the Middle East.
David Whitton, general manager of Kodak Alaris - Eastern Cluster says, "We have seen an increasing demand for solutions that help organisations unlock the power of data. We are uniquely positioned to help our clients accelerate decision-making and improve business processes - which ultimately has a positive impact on their bottom line.
He added: "The time is right to capitalise on new market opportunities by signing Allscan to help us strengthen our foothold in the Middle East. Allscan's depth of experience in the project document control space makes them an ideal partner for us. They will contribute greatly to our plans for expansion in the region."
Allscan will also offer Kodak Alaris' backed local service and will provide support towards the company's document scanners. The announcements marks the latest step in the ongoing partnership the two companies have shared in the South African market in the last few years.
Chris Botha, managing director at Allscan Middle East says, "The construction industry in the region is buoyant and there no doubt will be an increased number of construction projects, especially in Dubai as Expo 2020 nears.
"We plan to tap into the huge potential for project document control as we begin to educate developers and project owners about the vast benefits the service offers in terms of regulatory compliance and reduced claims settlement after project close-out. Kodak Alaris solutions will be an integral part of the solution."