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Ingram Micro starts offering IBM training

Regional VAD now offering IBM systems and software training in Middle East

Ingram Micro starts offering IBM training
Baghdadi says training and certification of channel partners is the cornerstone of Ingram Micro's value-added services

Regional VAD Ingram Micro has announced it has began to deliver authorised IBM Systems and Software training in the Middle East effective 15 October.

According to the distributor, training delivery is already available in Africa and as an authorised IBM Global Training Provider (GTP), Ingram Micro is one of five companies authorised to provide a broad selection of systems and software courses from IBM Training.

"Training and certification of our channel partners is the cornerstone of Ingram Micro's value-added services. Our commitment and growth in training centres and resources has enabled us to accelerate our roll-out of IBM Training as an IBM authorised GTP in Africa, while preparing for our imminent roll-out of IBM training in the UAE, Saudi Arabia and rest of the Gulf region," said Ali Baghdadi, president, Technology Solutions, Middle East, Turkey and Africa region.

"We are pleased to expand on our long-standing relationship with IBM and play an integral role in the delivery of IBM Training. Together, we will help our worldwide channel partners to serve better and earn better by advancing their skills and differentiating their value and expertise," said Baghdadi.

Ingram Micro Training and IBM Training will work closely to enhance the distributor's value proposition and provide a superior training experience globally. A complete listing of the IBM Systems and Software courses now available from Ingram Micro Training and can be found online at www.ingrammicro.com/training.

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