DED announces new partnership with Elo for the UK

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DED has announced the addition of the Elo touch display products to its portfolio of POS solutions. Elo is a leading global provider and inventor of the touchscreen, and this new partnership will enable ELO to extend its coverage and strengthen representation throughout the region as demand for POS solutions continues to grow.

DED will be focusing on the new range of Elo all in one devices, tablets and some of the more popular touch screens. Offering the future of POS solutions including PayPoint which is a clean, modern fully integrated POS solution for today's business. PayPoint comes with support for Windows, iOS and Android, allowing ease of integration as well as super sleek styling for counter tops in a variety of POS environments.

Elo Channel Manager, David Barber stated "This collaborative partnership with DED further strengthens Elo's distribution channel for addressing the increasingly dynamic POS solutions market and ensures that DED can continue to offer cutting edge products for their customers in today's constantly changing POS market. Additionally to Elo PayPoint, the introduction of the E- and X-Series touchcomputers, the I-Series interactive signage and the M-Series touchmonitor family will provide a wide range of solutions to a multi-tiered market and will provide Elo a greater reach within retail and hospitality.

On this new strategic partnership, Gordon Atkins, Sales Manager at DED commented: "We are looking forward to expanding our business with Elo and are incredibly excited about this new partnership which will enable us to expand our POS business considerably. We have long prided ourselves on offering the highest quality products and service which is why the Elo brand, with its exceptional reputation for quality and reliability was an obvious choice for us. The Elo range compliments the other products already available from DED Limited and we look forward to a long and beneficial relationship for both companies".

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