Scottsdale, AZ, May 5 — Stramaglio Consulting has announced that Mars International, a high quality office equipment solution provider and re-marketer, joins the Consortium, a think tank for the Imaging Channel that helps the office technology dealers grow and thrive. Aimed at providing efficiencies, Mars offers a suite of inventory management, logistics, installation, delivery and equipment storage solutions to the channel.
The Consortium consists of a group of industry leaders who collaborate and establish an open collaborative platform that enables the Imaging Channel to embrace and lead Digital Transformation (DX) – data and Artificial Intelligence (AI)-driven Business Agility. Having Mars International as its new founding member, the Consortium will advance its initiatives to develop new programs that enable the channel to optimize logistics/warehousing and reduce operational cost.
“I’m pleased to announce this great addition to the Consortium,” says Mike Stramaglio, President and CEO of Stramaglio Consulting. “I know Raj Thadani for many years and highly respect him for the great name and reputation he has established with his customers and partners in the channel. I am thrilled to add him to the Consortium and believe his leadership and great personality will help all the members work together and advance such important initiatives that the Consortium undertakes for the channel.”
Mars International has been recognized as a difference maker in re-marketing off-lease and repossessed office equipment with its strong commitment to quality dealer support and customer satisfaction. The company is looking for the new ways that will help his customers and the channel further to streamline their operations.
“By working with these great people and companies in the Consortium, I clearly see such outstanding opportunities that we can innovate something really meaningful for the channel,” says Raj Thadani, President of Mars International. “I look forward to adding our value and contributing to building the platform for the channel renaissance.”