Box Technologies named as Motion Computing's Outstanding Solution Provider of the Year

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Box Technologies, the UK's premier distributor of retail IT and provider of total mobile computing solutions, has been named Outstanding Solution Provider of the Year by Motion Computing, a leading manufacturer of tablet PCs.

A Motion Computing partner since September 2003, Box Technologies has been awarded this accolade in recognition for its outstanding performance, both in terms of sales and marketing. The award was presented to Box Technologies at this year's Retail Systems Forum held at the RBS Williams F1 Centre on 17 May.

Andy Toal, UK business manager, Motion Computing commented, "We consider our partnership with Box Technologies a tremendous asset, and one which plays an important role in Motion's leadership in the tablet PC industry. Box is a fantastic ambassador for our company and products, repeatedly going above-and-beyond the call of duty to provide its customers with the highest level of support."

Founded in 1992, Box Technologies has an unparalleled track record in the supply and implementation of wireless LANs and mobile computing solutions to a number of vertical markets including retail, hospitality and healthcare. Close working partnerships with key vendors, dedicated customer focus and continuous innovation combine to make Box Technologies the obvious choice for companies implementing mobile technologies. With end-to-end services - from consultation and site surveys installation and technical support through to a comprehensive range of handheld PC's - Box Technologies delivers all the business benefits of mobile computing to the market.

"We are delighted to have won this award," said Louise Brooker, marketing manager at Box Technologies. "We have developed a very close relationship with Motion over the last three years and this, together with the ongoing support we receive, enables us to serve the market with advanced mobile solutions. We look forward to continuing our successful partnership with Motion."

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