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Lexmark appoints EWIS Peripherals as strategic partner 


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EWIS Peripherals (Pvt) Ltd, the sole authorised distributor in Sri Lanka for Lexmark Products, Solutions and Services, has been appointed their Strategic Partner with immediate effect, enabling direct and indirect sales channels through the EWIS distributorship across the country.

EWIS has been a Lexmark partner since its inception in 1991, counting a significant and strong 25-year partnership.  EWIS markets the complete range of Lexmark products and solutions with a vision of offering a wide range of innovative solutions in imaging and output management. 

Harsha Samarajiwa, Chief Operating Officer of EWIS Peripherals (Pvt) Ltd said, “This partnership is a very exciting one for us. Not only does it validate our trust and commitment to each other but it also provides our customers a much broader range of printing solutions that will enhance their corporate needs and requirements.” 

Lexmark sells its products and services in more than 170 countries, and is a recognized global leader by many of the technology industry’s leading market analyst firms.  Lexmark has also acquired and integrated several strategic software companies since 2010, further expanding the company’s breadth of offerings to include innovative software solutions. 

Today the company competes in key growth markets that include managed print services, intelligent capture, enterprise content management, healthcare content management, financial process automation and enterprise search – all focused on helping Lexmark customers connect employees to the most relevant information at the moment they need it. 

Andrew Yeong, General Manager Asia Pacific Central for Lexmark said, “Our strategic partnership with EWIS has been one of great understanding as we share the same corporate vision that puts our customers first. As a recognized leader in imaging and output solutions that help people and organizations improve process and reduce their costs, our award winning imaging and output technology has continued to evolve as the world becomes more digitally connected. We look forward to many more years of this strong partnership.” 

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