Posts Tagged ‘Ingram Micro’
Adding the first vendor-specific services to the channel services-brokering site is an important step in realizing the distributor’s goal of providing partners a virtual bench that’s both deep and wide.
Solution providers face a conundrum when it comes to serving health care clients. Ingram Micro is looking to help them solve the riddle of this particular vertical with a new series of industry-focused online training modules.
The heat from SolarWinds’ acquisition of N-able hasn’t cooled and likely won’t as Autotask and LabTech Software partners gather next week for their respective confabs. Much will be talked about regarding SolarWind’s move, but what MSPs should be talking about is what comes next in managed services.
Ingram Micro’s European arm will offer cloud applications from Belgium-based Nomadesk.
Vendors and solution providers say it all the time: the objective for the channel is growth. Defining growth is often elusive, as it’s difficult for solution providers to align goals to actual growth. Channelnomics now has a tool that helps solution providers to truly understand what it takes to reach growth goals.
Tech Data is arming partners with a comprehensive enablement tool that eases all functions and businesses processes associated with a managed security services businesses — but several competitors are reaping the rewards of a strong head start in this space.
Ingram Micro has become the latest channel player to see its profitability hit by low margins in the tablet space, as its net income fell more than 40 percent despite a big sales hike in Q1.
There are no firm timelines in place for the expansion of Ingram Micro’s reseller community group into the UK and Latin America, but the distributor says trial members could start showing up as early as this fall.
Over 2012, 15 members of the reseller community sold their businesses, and judging by the main-stage content at this week’s Spring Invitational, that trend isn’t slowing down in 2013.
Ingram Micro’s new Digital Locker creates a role for distribution in electronic software delivery and could make software licensing accessible to more solution providers focused on small-business customers.