NCR, Honeywell Forge Retail, Supply Chain Global Alliance; Michael Bayer Comments

acquisitionNCR and Honeywell have formed a global partnership to deliver technology services to retail, supply chain and government customers.

Honeywell will pitch in its data capture technologies, distributed smart printing solutions and wireless mobility computing platforms to the alliance, combined with NCR’s consumer transaction software and hardware technologies, NCR said Monday.

““We are looking forward to working with Honeywell as we continue to help retailers navigate from omni-channel to omni-commerce and prepare for the Internet of Things,”” said Michael Bayer, president of retail solutions at NCR.

The alliance will provide integrated retail point-of-sale, supply chain distribution, public sector and federal government information services with a focus on North America and Europe.

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