Ingram Micro Cloud adds three new vendor solutions
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Ingram Micro's Aptec, has announced that three new vendor solutions have been added in the Middle East to the Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace, an automated cloud services platform that allows partners to purchase, provision, manage and invoice cloud technology with ease.
According to Ingram Micro Cloud, the move is aimed at helping channel partners better respond to the unprecedented business demand and compete more effectively in today's evolving marketplace.
"Since rolling out our Cloud Marketplace for the META region in October, we've worked diligently to expand our cloud catalog which now boasts six leading cloud vendor offerings-and more planned soon," said Rahul Bhavsar, director, Cloud Sales, META, Ingram Micro. "We are thrilled to add leading business collaboration and infrastructure solutions to our platform and provide even greater opportunities for our partners to accelerate their cloud sales while strengthening their status as trusted IT advisor to end-clients."
Microsoft Azure is a highly flexible hybrid cloud platform that features a combination of IaaS and PaaS solutions that enable developers to quickly build, deploy, manage, and scale applications to meet their organisation's specific needs. Dropbox for Business is a provider of file sharing and collaboration services built on a highly scalable and secure infrastructure.
BitTitan is designed to support a seamless business transition and delivers an automated end-to-end migration and onboarding experience for complementary cloud services such as Microsoft Office 365.
The Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace fully automates the service delivery, customer management, and invoicing of Azure, Dropbox and BitTitan services, allowing resellers to quickly bring cloud solutions to a wider client base by accelerating time-to-market and eliminating operational complexities.