June 25, 2017

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Sana Security enters UK retail channel

Security software vendor Sana has struck a UK retail agreement with retail giant DSGi. The deal means that Sana Security’s PRSC online identity protection software is now available in all 711 PC World and Currys retail outlets. The software offers consumers a tool to defend themselves against hackers and criminals seeking to steal identity, banking and other personal information while they surf the internet. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 9 May 2008

Nvidia names Middle East retail manager

Graphics player Nvidia has named Ramesh Ramanandan as retail manager for the Middle East region. In his new role, Ramanandan will be tasked with driving Nvidia’s retail relationships, securing new business opportunities and working closely with channel partners to deliver and supply appropriate product. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 7 May 2008

And the nominees are…

Have you ever attended a channel awards ceremony where the actual winners came as a complete surprise to everyone at the event? An awards ceremony where personal relationships and commercial interests may have had an unhealthy influence on the actual outcome? Well it’s time for something completely different at the inaugural Retail Academy Awards at this year’s Middle East-focused DCC event in the UAE. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 6 May 2008

Sharaf debuts DG Help

UAE retailer Sharaf DG has launched a technology services division called DG Help. The new service will allow consumers in the UAE to dial a toll free number for a free check-up of their PCs, laptops, wireless connections or home theatre systems, irrespective of whether the kit was purchased at Sharaf DG. Callers can arrange an appointment with a Tech Doctor who will schedule a visit to the customer to troubleshoot any problems. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 6 May 2008

Francis Tchertoff, Channel Experts

Channel Experts’ Francis Tchertoff delves inside the grey market in his first column for Channel EMEA. The grey market issue: ‘See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil’ Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 30 April 2008

Ceiva enters European retail channel

Connected digital photo frame vendor Ceiva has struck a European retail agreement with DSGi. Ceiva offers fully connected frames which every day automatically receive new photos sent from family and friends anywhere in the world. The Ceiva frames will now be available throughout the UK and Europe through select DSGi retailers including Currys, PC World, online and Pixmania.com. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 30 April 2008

DSGi moots Italian retreat

European IT and consumer electronics retail giant DSGi has announced plans to close up to 40 of its Italian stores over the next two years. London-quoted DSGi, which owns a number of retail chains across Europe, has informed the staff concerned and is currently working with unions to review each store on a case-by-case basis. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 29 April 2008

i2 targets Sub-Sahara region

Mobile phone distribution and retail giant i2 had officially opened a new office in Johannesburg, South Africa, as the company sets its sights on rapid expansion in the Sub-Saharan region. The new regional office will oversee i2 activities in Ghana, Ivory Coast, Cameroon, Angola, Reunion and Senegal. i2 plans to aggressively ramp up the number of retail outlets it has in the Sub-Saharan region. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 25 April 2008

AMD trains secret agents

Components giant AMD has invited channel partner employees to become a ’secret agent whose task is to thwart the evil Zed’s plans for world domination’. No it’s not the latest development in AMD’s ongoing market share battle with fierce rival Intel. It’s actually a bespoke pan-European partner engagement programme created by Total Marketing Network (TMN), which combines multi-lingual game-based learning for channel partner employees. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 25 April 2008

Parrot plans Middle East retail boost

Wireless mobile phone accessories vendor Parrot is preparing to boost its Middle East retail channel activities. The company’s participation at this year’s Digital Consumer Channel (DCC) event in Fujairah will provide the platform for reinforcing and developing relationships with retailers in the Gulf. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 24 April 2008

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