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Invengo Technology announces new channel partner program ••• Stanley Healthcare unveils new Emergency Call products for senior communities ••• Nano Dimension debuts silver nanoparticle inks for printed electronics, including RFID ••• RFID market tops $10 billion in 2015, IDTechEx Research estimates ••• ThingMagic readers add support for Gen2v2 security functions ••• Global RFID blood-monitoring systems market to top $500 billion by 2022.
Oct 22, 2015—
The following are news announcements made during the past week by the following organizations:
Trimble's ThingMagic division; and
Grand View Research Inc.
Invengo Technology Announces New Channel Partner Program
Invengo Technology, has announced its Invengo InPower Partner Program, a global channel partner program designed to promote the company's RAIN ultrahigh-frequency (UHF) passive RFID tags, inlays, readers and antennas to a global ecosystem of strategic partners. The program is aimed at helping Invengo's business partners deliver solutions to end users across a spectrum of applications, markets and geographies. Invengo says it will also use the program to share the in-depth knowledge and expertise it has built up during the last 20 years.
"The Invengo InPower Partner Program is the next logical step in our strategic choice to market our products through a select group of dedicated channel partners," said Scott Medford, Invengo's chief sales officer, in a prepared statement. "We are firm believers in the added value of a channel partner approach to deliver the best possible solutions to the end customer."
According to Invengo, the InPower Partner Program is tailored to optimize the entire chain, from design and manufacture to marketing and sales, by ensuring that each business partner in the chain is able to focus on its own area of expertise. The program gives systems integrators and value-added resellers (VARs) access to Invengo's hardware, including RAIN RFID fixed, handheld and all-in-one readers supported by a range of antennas. In addition, participants in the program can profit from the latest product developments, such as the XC-1003 (to be released in December 2015), a smartphone-style handheld with an integrated RAIN RFID reader.
Invengo's InPower Partner Program provides competitive product discounts, demonstration programs, opportunity registration options, and strategic consulting and support through Invengo's certified distributors and its own sales and technical associates. The program also provides Web-based product and support information and regular product certification training. The program has a tiered level structure that classifies business partners in Silver, Gold or Platinum levels, based on clearly defined criteria.
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