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Long-time Zebra partner joins ZES Partner Program
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Dec '09
Zebra Enterprise Solutions , a division of Zebra Technologies announced Xterprise Incorporated has joined its Partner Program. The partnership allows Xterprise to offer its customers a wider array of technology solutions, such as real-time visibility.

Xterprise, a leader in the development of innovative enterprise-class radio frequency identification (RFID) software applications, has been a partner of Zebra Technologies' Specialty Printing Group since 2004. By joining the ZES partner program, Xterprise is able to include active RFID and UWB technologies in its solutions, providing customers with real-time visibility customized to fit their needs.

"We've been a longstanding partner of Zebra's and are excited to expand this partnership," said Jim Caudill, senior vice president of marketing and partner relations at Xterprise. "We are eager to present our customers with new integrated solutions that the ZES partner program offers and expand Xterprise's reach into more industries in the near future."

An established industry expert in the retail, automotive, manufacturing, financial services, aerospace and defense, and government sectors, Xterprise is planning on leveraging its partnership with ZES to provide more tailored asset- and people-tracking solutions to suit additional industries, including the oil and gas sector.

"We are excited to have Xterprise on-board as we continue to expand our ZES partner program," said Bill Bulzoni, Director of Business Development for Zebra Enterprise Solutions. "Leveraging the success of the ZES partners program will position Xterprise for new business opportunities and attract additional strong customers in the future."

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