Posts Tagged ‘Ingram Micro’
Ingram announced its intention to ‘transform its current European organization into a consistent pan-European operating model’ in a move it admitted could cost jobs.
An increasingly aggressive and ambitious Sophos is taking the wraps of its revamped channel program, which aims to make it easier for partners to sell and support its products. It’s also the beginning of a cultural changes that empowers Sophos partners to operate and sell independently.
A new report by The 2112 Group and Ingram Micro finds solution providers place high emphasis on professional services to define their value and drive profitability. While professional services are valuable, solution providers’ may be holding on to them too tightly, causing them to miss opportunities.
Intelligent Product Solutions (IPS), an end-to-end product development services provider, has announced a distribution partnership with Ingram Micro. The agreement will enable IPS’ Kea software products to be distributed throughout the U.S.
The channel has plenty of solution providers not only surviving the disruption of cloud and managed services, but thriving on it. What can partners learn from them?
Tech Data, the world’s second-largest distributor, has been given until March to file its outstanding annual and quarterly reports.
Of all the things the channel is good at, marketing isn’t one of them. Solution providers and vendors aren’t oblivious to the marketing deficit, but finding the right resources isn’t easy. That’s where AIM comes in.
Ingram Micro honors the vendors they feel are doing the best job delivering business value to partners with the company’s 2013 U.S. Smart Partner awards.
Tens of thousands of veterans of the Iraq and Afghan wars are looking for careers that will give them the lifestyle they shed blood to protect. The tech community is stepping up with more programs and support to ensure they have an opportunity to realize the American dream.
By Jay Paulus Few factors can have as much of an impact on a small or medium-sized business than what technology a company deploys to its employees. For many organizations, this can be one of their most significant expenses, to the tune of $24 Billion in productivity annually, and results in many becoming the involuntary […]