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Kodak Alaris renews Bartell Drugs partnership

Rochester Business Journal
February 5, 2014

Kodak Alaris Inc. has renewed a multi-year agreement with Bartell Drugs Co.

The partnership provides Bartell with the ability to provide customers with a photo shopping experience that complements Kodak Alaris’ retail and online printing solutions.

Bartell began working with Eastman Kodak Co. nearly 100 years ago when the two companies were beginning to take shape. The partnership provides Bartell’s customers with more than 200 Kodak Picture Kiosks distributed throughout its 62 store locations in Seattle.

"Bartell Drugs is a valued partner of our business and we're very pleased to extend our relationship with them as together, we offer consumers the highest quality products and services," said Dennis Olbrich, president of Kodak Alaris' Personalized Imaging business in a statement.

Photo products will be more convenient for customers under the arrangement. It will allow them to access and print photos from their mobile devices, ordering directly from their smartphones with same day pickup at Bartell Drugs locations.

"We invest in photo innovation products from Kodak Alaris because our customers value the ease and convenience of services provided," said Howie Cohen, category manager for Bartell Drugs in a statement. "Kodak Alaris is a significant partner and through our relationship we have become the go-to destination for consumer photo printing needs in the Seattle area."

(c) 2014 Rochester Business Journal. To obtain permission to reprint this article, call 585-546-8303 or e-mail service@rbj.net.


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