UPDATED: Altech named sole Poslab distie in Australia

Distributor selling vendor's POS portfolio immediately

Taiwanese point of sale (POS) solutions manufacturer, Poslab, has appointed Sydney-based PC and components company, Altech Computers, as its sole distributor for Australia.

Poslab was founded in 2005, and has developed its product portfolio to include POS terminals, cash drawers, thermal printers, barcode scanners, price checkers, handheld menu ordering devices, and kiosk products.

The vendor’s solutions promise rich feature-sets including Android- and Windows-based devices commanding a variety of Intel x86, x64 and ARM Cortex processors to accommodate for a wider range of usage scenarios.

Altech and Poslab formed the partnership to cater for customers that are already using the Shuttle SLIM and AIO computers for custom POS solutions.

According to Altech, by bringing a vendor such as Poslab in house, it has created a new product category which can help existing business grow and attract new clients while accelerating and simplifying implementation for its resellers and systems integrators (SIs).

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An Altech spokesperson told ARN that its Poslab products are all custom built solutions that an SI can design and build to its own specification requirements at the manufacturer level.

Poslab’s solutions will be immediately through the distributor.

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Wolfgang

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Good luck to Poslab. You've just hooked up with the worst distributor in Australia (from extensive personal experience).

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