Ingram Micro DC/POS honoured by Zebra Award

From left to right:  Alain Lecuivre, Regional Director DC/POS France & Iberia, Carlos Da Nobrega, Account Manager France & North Africa from Zebra Technologies Europe Limited, Joaquim Roque, Sales Director France, Sergio Patiño, Head of DC/POS Spain, and Luis Martins, Head of DC/POS Portugal, received the Award on behalf of Ingram Micro
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Zebra Technologies has recognised Ingram Micro's performances by awarding it the "Highest Card Revenue Contribution EMEA 2013" prize. Ingram Micro's DC/POS team was able to record the highest turnovers achieved with Zebra card printers, related accessories and colour ribbons by a Zebra distributor in 2013.

The prize was awarded at the "Carte Secure Conference", one of the world's largest trade-fair events showcasing solutions for secure payment and identification methods in Paris at the end of November. Alain Lecuivre, Head of DC/POS Divisions in France, Spain, Portugal and Africa accepted the prize on behalf of Ingram Micro. Ingram Micro has thus been honoured for its work for the third time by this specialist for products and services centring on data acquisition in corporate processes and printer solutions.

The road to success therefore continues for Ingram Micro's DC/POS unit. DC/POS is growing continuously in EMEA. "We're pleased and very proud to receive this award. The good results show that our investment in extending our DC/POS know-how is producing great results. It confirms our efforts which have always been aimed at providing the quality and services that our partners desire", said Ernesto Schmutter, Executive Director, who's responsible for Ingram Micro's value business in Europe and DC/POS.
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