Compart and Ricoh have entered into a reseller partnership for northern Europe. The contract was signed at the beginning of this year. In addition to its own products, Ricoh will sell Compart's multi-channel document management solutions in Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Iceland. Both partners agree that their systems and know-how complement one another perfectly. Julian Kortländer, Partner Manager for Northern Europe at Compart: In Scandinavia, Ricoh is the supplier-of-choice for IT-driven control of printing processes. We expect the cooperation to spur a lot of customer interest in one of the most lucrative markets in Europe. Compart is pleased to have found such a strong and reliable partner for this region, remarked Kortländer. The cooperation is excellent and has already proven its excellence in joint projects.
Ricoh is hardly a stranger to Compart. Both companies have already been working together successfully in Germany for several years. Tommy Segelberg, Director of Nordic Operations at Ricoh, came to know its partner as a leading technology supplier of solutions for multi-channel
document processing. Compart's international team has comprehensive expertise grounded in years of experience in developing solutions even for complex corporate structures. By expanding their global partnership they hope to penetrate the Nordic market more fully and respond to customer requirements more closely. The purpose of the partnership is to develop innovative and customized solutions that are technologically advanced and future-proof, and that far outstrip the competition, both in digital
document processing and traditional hard-copy printing. Kortländer also appreciates Compart's reliability and fairness in its dealings with customers, partners, and employees.
Carsten Lüdtge, a qualified journalist (University Degree: Diploma) and specialist editor, is responsible for press and public relations at Compart, an international manufacturer of software for customer communication, and is in charge of the Compart Group’s entire content management. He has PR expertise of more than 20 years with a focus on IT.