IPC, Kodak Moments extend partnership

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SUN PRAIRIE, Wis. – Independent Pharmacy Cooperative (IPC) is pleased to announce the renewal of its partnership with Kodak Moments, a division of Kodak Alaris. This newest contract with the consumer printing business of Kodak Alaris extends through the next three years. In working with Kodak Moments, IPC has been able to offer independent pharmacy owners a significant value.

Continuing this contract for an additional three years ensures that IPC members who purchase products like the Kodak Moments M1 Order Station will be backed with support from both IPC and Kodak Moments. Additionally, IPC members will continue to receive competitive pricing on supplies, as well as access to new equipment launches.

“We are pleased to continue our long-standing relationship with IPC and provide their members with the highest quality of photo printing solutions to create additional revenue streams and business success,” said regional sales director, US&C Kodak Moments, James Berardicurti.

Through this contract IPC members have access to high-end photo order stations, both the M1 and G20. Consumers can connect wirelessly by smartphones, USB flash drives, or memory cards to create prints and photo products in minutes.

IPC vice president of purchasing and contracts, Dean Slaugenhoup, said, “We are excited to continue our work with Kodak Moments that has lasted for more than a decade to the benefit of our membership.”

IPC is the nation’s largest group purchasing organization owned by independent pharmacy representing nearly 6,000 member participants. With locations in Sun Prairie, WI and Phoenix, AZ, IPC prides itself on providing access to the most effective products, programs and services from selected endorsed vendors as well as a 100 percent rebate return.



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