JLT Mobile Computer inks new sales partnership with Datema AB

Ikaba Koyi WebFG News | 14 Nov, 2017 16:32 | | |


Leading developer and manufacturer of reliable computers for demanding environments, JLT Mobile Computers, entered into a new sales partnership with Datema AB, a full-service provider of complex IT solutions for the Nordic countries.

The partnership was part of the long-term growth strategy of JLT Mobile Computers, who added five new partners to the JLT Global Sales Partner Program earlier this year, in order to build a strong partner network.

It is also expected to open up new channels to reach big potential customers in the Scandinavian region, given its 25 years of experience in business system processes and mobile solutions in the retail, transportation and logistics industries.

The board of JLT Mobile Computers said: "Datema has a solid track record in the Nordic market, primarily within business system processes and mobile solutions for the retail, transport and logistics industries," says Roger Andersson, Sales Manager, Datema. "Thanks to the partnership with JLT, our customers will be able to access leading rugged computers with renowned reliability and performance.

"The partnership with Datema strengthens the existing network of JLT resellers in the Nordic countries and we are looking forward to working together. With expertise within business system processes, business operation and integration we are increasing our presence in, primarily, retail and transportation industries where we expect great opportunities to find new potential customers and business opportunities," says Anette Malmström, Nordic Sales Manager, JLT Mobile Computers."

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