Motorola Solutions showcases solutions for public safety, retail and supply chain

By Telecom Lead Team: Motorola Solutions has
showcased solutions surrounding its targeted verticals of public safety,
retail, supply chain, transportation & logistics, hospitality, healthcare
and oil & gas at its first Asia-Pacific Partner CEO Summit.


“In The Asia Pacific region, our go-to-market
strategies will continue to be closely aligned with our partner efforts to
deliver the best mission-critical mobility solutions to our end-customers,”
said Phey Teck Moh, corporate VP, Asia Pacific, Motorola Solutions.


The company said it recently completed its first year as
a standalone company since spinning off its consumer mobile and home businesses
in January of 2011.


The company also recognized POSPOS, Australia Enterprise
Solutions, Leon Group, Malaysia – Professional Commercial Radio Solutions, and
Iida Korea, Korea – Wireless Network Solutions as its top partner companies in
the region.


Motorola Solutions
has over 2,000 channel partners in the region, including application
developers, system integrators and independent software vendors across South
East Asia, India, China, Korea, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.


“Over the course of our first year as a new company,
we have taken concrete steps and formulated key initiatives to align our
resources to meet the needs of our valued channel partner community. This year,
we are elevating discussions further, engaging even closer with the CEOs of our
partner companies, so as to better chart our combined future together,” said
Paul Blinkhorn, VP, Channels, Asia Pacific, Motorola Solutions.


Motorola Solutions posted 8 percent increase in sales in
2011 at $8.2 billion against $7.6 billion in 2010.


Its Q4 sales totaled $2.3 billion as compared with $2.2
billion in Q4 2010, clocking 5 percent growth. Operating earnings were up 14
percent in 2011 at $858 million from $751 million in 2010.


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