Intermec adds some Spirit to its partnerships

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Spirit Data Capture Limited has been appointed as a Solution Partner of Intermec, one of the UKs leading suppliers of automatic identification (Auto ID) data capture solutions. 

Founded in 1966, Intermec has been responsible for a number of industry firsts, including the development of the markets first colour handheld PC in 2002.

Spirit was chosen as an Intermec partner because of its strength and versatility as a supplier, as well as its in-depth understanding of the Auto ID market.  The company also has a good understanding of how and where Intermecs solutions can meet customer needs.

Ebbie Khadem, Spirits Managing Director, comments: We are delighted to be partnering Intermec.  This will enable us to give our customers access to even more exciting solutions, as we can offer them new Intermec products that incorporate leading edge technology.

This will enhance our general portfolio, and will boost our business levels still further, although not at the expense of our existing suppliers.  Meanwhile, our extensive experience of the data capture industry, along with our specialist software and service expertise, will add value to Intermec.

Spirit will be offering the entire Intermec range of products.  This includes the new CN3 mobile computer a compact and rugged device packed with high performance communications technology.  The CN3 has been designed to meet the needs of mobile workers in the transportation, logistics ad field service sectors.  Other Intermec solutions include the EasyCoder printer range, developed for manufacturing, transportation and warehouse applications.

 
About Spirit

Spirit Data Capture is based in Preston Brook, Cheshire.  The company is an independent mobile computing and data capture house, with in-depth knowledge of the latest wireless and mobile computing technologies which boost productivity and profitability. 

Spirits capabilities include software application development, mobile computing technology (e.g. rugged mobile computers), wireless network implementations, maintenance and other services.  Its extensive client base includes a diverse array of organisations in the utilities, field service, transport and logistics, healthcare, government and manufacturing sectors.

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