BEC (Systems Integration) Ltd has been awarded Platinum Partner status with Datalogic ADC as part of its Partner Advantage Programme. With an established footprint in the transportation and logistics, manufacturing, hospitality, retail and healthcare industries, Datalogic is a leading global provider of data capture technology, hardware and services.
Designed to promote growth and advancement, its Partner Advantage Program recognises those partners who, through the provision of unique business values, have the ability to complement Datalogic's complete range of product offerings.
Mike Doyle, Regional Director UK and Ireland at Datalogic, comments "At Datalogic we pride ourselves on recognising the importance of our partners and their need to work with a vendor, not compete. Our Partner Advantage Program has been carefully put together to offer a substantial range of benefits, including training and education, marketing funding, dedicated events and technical and sales support. We are delighted to be able to include BEC within our Program as a Platinum Partner; a status which is awarded to those organisations whose focus is on delivering complete solutions to customers in both commercial and industrial markets."
Based in Blackburn, Lancashire, BEC is a specialist provider of future-proof and innovative Automated Data Capture solutions designed to integrate seamlessly into any host ERP system to fulfil business and commercial requirements. As the UK's largest independent Infor M3 integrator, BEC's knowledge of a range of ERP systems also includes SAP, Oracle, Microsoft Dynamics and IFS.
With a specific focus on the supply chain and manufacturing industries, BEC's level of expertise also spans the complete spectrum of AIDC technologies, including RFID, mobile computing and scanning.
Tony Hampson, Managing Director at BEC, concludes, "We are really excited to have been awarded Platinum Partner status with Datalogic. This coincides with our current drive to actively broaden our portfolio and presence in the forthcoming year, as well as looking to establish more mutually-beneficial partnerships within the industry."