Kodak Alaris embarks on ‘information management partnership yatra’ in India

The twin-fold objectives of ‘Kodak Alaris Information
Management Partnership Yatra 2015’ are knowledge transfer
and relationship building with existing and potential partners.


In a strategic move to expand its partner network in the country, Kodak Alaris has embarked on a pan-India initiative, titled ‘Kodak Alaris Information Management Partnership Yatra 2015’. The objective of the programme is to engage with partners across the country, provide training, and share the company’s strategy and knowledge on the wide range of Kodak Alaris scanning solutions available in the market. This initiative will empower partners to grow the Information Management and document scanning business in India.

‘Kodak Alaris Information Management Partnership Yatra 2015’ commenced in April this year across India. The partner meetings conducted in six cities - Delhi, Chennai, Lucknow, Jaipur, Vishakhapatnam and Patna - were attended by a total of 150 partners. In order to keep-up with the momentum, and expand the channel partner network further, Kodak Alaris plans to schedule the partner meets in additional Tier I and Tier II cities throughout the year.

“We would like to thank our partners for their support in developing the market for Information Management business for Kodak Alaris in India”, said Vivek Naidu, vice president – information management at Kodak Alaris India. “We believe in investing in our partners and having a mutually beneficial relationship The twin-fold objectives of ‘Kodak Alaris Information Management Partnership Yatra 2015’ are knowledge transfer and relationship building with existing and potential partners.

This is to ensure that our partners have the right skill-set to engage with customers.” The advantage for channel partners and their customers is the widespread post-sales service network of Kodak Alaris across India. The company provides service and support from installation to maintenance to professional services, ensuring ongoing productivity as well as continued relevance of the solutions to business processes.

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