TabletKiosk, NewWave Technologies Announce Distribution Agreement

— September 29, 2011

Mobility solutions provider TabletKiosk this week announced a strategic distribution agreement with NewWave Technologies -- NewWave now carries the entire line of TabletKiosk tablet PCs and Business Smart mobile accessories. The distributor also offers tablet PCs in conjunction with Mi-Co’s Mi-Forms tablet-enabled mobile forms capture software.

Through the partnership, NewWave Technologies will be promoting a bundled solution specifically designed to address the growing demand for robust mobile data capture, allowing organizations to replace traditional paper forms with electronic versions that are easy to update, can be designed and modified quickly, and are seamlessly integrated into back-end applications.
“TabletKiosk products are an excellent fit within our overall mission to deliver quality solutions for mobile data capture,” NewWave Technologies president Bill Cordell said in a statement. “Their focus on the enterprise, with tablet PCs that offer input options from touch to digital handwriting recognition, is a perfect fit for our value added reseller channel seeking to expand their current content management offering.”
“We are excited to partner with NewWave Technologies and Mi-Co, both well-respected experts in the document and data capture space,” Martin Smekal, president and CEO of TabletKiosk, said in a statement. “Together, we are able to bring to market a solution that addresses the rising need for fast and highly accurate mobile data capture, including electronic signature capture for compliance purposes. We are also now able to directly access a whole new category of value added resellers who are eager to expand their content management offering with superior mobile capture solutions.”
The TabletKiosk product suite and the Mi-Forms solution are available now from NewWave Technologies.


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