Ingram Micro Inc revealed about its growth investments covering the Asia Pacific region, which includes 19 countries. Francis Choo, ASEAN Vice President and Country Chief Executive (CCE) will oversee the new Advanced Solutions strategy.
The firm increases its visibility by expanding its Singapore-based value-added solutions approach, which has earned the title of “partner of choice” for Asia Pacific.Ingram is happy to announce about the additional go-to-market sales, technical and solution architect resources within the Global Partner Engagement team, based in Singapore.
The company quickly expands its Advanced Solutions technology and value-added services portfolio across Asia Pacific, which includes the formation of a Center of Excellence supporting channel partners that are doing business, or would like to expand their expertise with cybersecurity, data center and IoT solutions.
Ingram brought about changes by adding business intelligence, marketing, Small-and-Medium Business (SMB) and trending technology support for channel partners managing business in Asia Pacific.
“The markets across Asia Pacific continue to be a growing opportunity for Ingram Micro and our channel partners, which is why we’re investing to expand our presence and provide the technology sales channel with better support and more sophisticated solutions development,” says Sabine Howest, Vice President, Global Partner Engagement and IoT, Ingram Micro Inc. “This team brings a new level of service and support around cybersecurity, hybrid technologies, cloud solutions, as well as emerging technology including artificial intelligence, Kubernetes and IoT to help our channel partners and providers do more and solve for business outcomes.”
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