Kodak Extends Multi-Year Agreement with Independent Pharmacy Cooperative to Deliver Breakthrough Photo Innovation to Independent

 Kodak Extends Multi-Year Agreement with Independent Pharmacy Cooperative to
Deliver Breakthrough Photo Innovation to Independent Pharmacies Across America

PR Newswire

ROCHESTER, N.Y., June 26, 2013

ROCHESTER, N.Y., June 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --Kodak and the Independent
Pharmacy Cooperative (IPC) today announced the renewal of a multi-year
agreement in which IPC will exclusively make available KODAK Picture Kiosks to
its more than 4,500 pharmacy members. As part of this, IPC will enable
independent pharmacies to incorporate the latest innovations from Kodak,
including wireless connectivity, mobile applications and social network
connectivity (Facebook), and offer their valued consumers fun, easy ways to do
more with their pictures. Through KODAK Picture Kiosks, IPC members can offer
a wide range of profitable premium photo products, including prints,
enlargements, calendars, greeting cards and photo books. IPC and Kodak will
showcase the available Kodak solutions this week at McKesson Idea Share, June
26-30 in Las Vegas, NV, at Booth #1702.

"Through our agreement with Kodak, we can now deliver relevant, timely
solutions to our IPC members that will help them extract even greater value
from their photo offerings," said Don Anderson, CEO and president, Independent
Pharmacy Cooperative. "The new offerings we've seen from Kodak show that it is
continually thinking of ways to improve the consumer experience, both in terms
of how they access their images as well as breadth of premium photo products
consumers can make. We expect that our pharmacy members will continue to get
great value from this extended agreement."

"Making it easy for consumers to create pictures and memories at a KODAK
Picture Kiosk provides a great benefit to retailers of any size and IPC has
done a tremendous job in enabling its members to adopt our solutions to drive
business and revenue," said Garth Neenan, Regional Business Manager, U.S. &
Canada, Personalized Imaging, Kodak. "Kodak's commitment to our retail
partners is to help them deliver an exceptional experience to their customers,
and we're proud to be working with IPC to help its members grow their photo
center businesses."

For more information on Kodak's retail solutions, visit www.Kodak.com/go/rss.

About IPC
Over the past 30 years, IPC has evolved into the nations' largest group
purchasing organization for independent pharmacies. IPC represents 4,500
independentpharmacy members whose purchases exceed 8 billion dollars. Located
in Sun Prairie, WI and staffed by just 75 employees, IPC prides itself on
providing the most progressive and effective programs and services to put
profit back in the independent pharmacy. For more information please visit the
IPC Website at https://www.ipcrx.com.

About Kodak's Personalized Imaging Business
The Personalized Imaging business leverages Kodak's unique imaging heritage,
expertise and ongoing innovation to provide customers and end-consumers with
high-quality products and services to meet their individual needs. The
Personalized Imaging business consists of Retail Systems Solutions, the world
leader in retail photo kiosks and dry lab systems, offering retailers a
competitive advantage in the photo services market; Paper & Output Systems,
offering photo specialty retailers, professional and wholesale labs, and
photographers the broadest portfolio of traditional photographic paper and
workflow solutions; Film Capture, offering consumers and professionals an
award-winning range of still-camera film products; and Event Imaging
Solutions, offering theme parks and other venues a total solution in souvenir
photo operations. 

(Kodak and Kodak Moments are trademarks of Eastman Kodak Company.)

SOURCE Kodak

Website: http://www.Kodak.com
Contact: Audrey Jonckheer, Kodak +1-585-724-9035 audrey.jonckheer@kodak.com,
Colleen Krenzer, Intersect Communications +1-917-566-7037
colleen@intersectcom.com
 
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