SÁB 20 DE ABRIL DE 2019 - 01:22hs.
Budelmann Elektronik

ITL selects new Trading Partner in France

Leading cash handling equipment provider Innovative Technology Ltd. (ITL) announced their newest Trading Partner in France, Budelmann Elektronik. The company is based in Germany and specialises in electronics and embedded systems, software solutions and consultation services.

Budelmann Elektronik was founded in May 2010 by Christoph Budelmann, and in 2012 Jeannine Budelmann joined the management team.

Commenting on the partnership, Thorsten Labusch, VP of Sales & Business Development RKB at Innovative Technology said: “We have had a long-standing relationship with Budelmann for several years. In the past they have developed a couple of components for our products, so they understand our product range well. Although a German company, both Jeannine and Christoph have strong relationships in France within the electronics industry, so we are keen to draw on this experience and work with Budelmann to expand our presence in the French marketplace.”

“We have strengthened their knowledge of our products with extensive training at our German office. Budelmann are fully equipped with the information they need to market, sell products and provide support on our behalf and French speaking employees will provide first level support to customers across the region,” Labusch added.

Jeannine Budelmann, Managing Director, Budelmann Elektronik commented: ‘We have been working with Innovative Technology and integrating ITL products since2010 and so we have developed a strong relationship with them.  We have been closely following and supporting the company’s growing success and are very excited to become one of their official trading partners.  ITL’s advanced technical features, product range and the constant evolvement of the product line is very impressive.  We understand customers’ requirements and know that ITL’s cash handling equipment range offers affordable, reliable validation equipment and we look forward to helping grow their business in France.”

Source: GMB