Ingram Micro Advanced Technology, Advanced Computing Divisions Open
The IT distributor opens Advanced Technology and Advanced Computing divisions in the U.S. to serve the needs of solution providers.IT distributor Ingram Micro announced two new, integrated technology divisions within its U.S. operations, as well as additional resources within its core distribution business. The Advanced Technology and Advanced Computing Divisions are designed to offer greater opportunity, specialization and business value to channel partners in the United States who market, sell and support technology solutions and services. Built to serve the business and technical needs of vendors and solution providers, the divisions offer channel partners an approach to identifying and pursuing opportunities within advanced technology categories such as unified communications, virtualization, data center infrastructure, network security and storage. "The addition of these two overarching technology divisions allows Ingram Micro to provide the specialization, high customer touch and dedicated resources necessary to further advance our channel partners into midmarket opportunities and help them capture more profitable growth," said Keith Bradley, senior executive vice president and president of Ingram Micro North America.
The Advanced Technology Division, which is led by Ingram Micro's vice president and general manager, Ken Bast, supports the development of high-profile and emerging networking and security solutions, as well as unified communications solutions. The Advanced Computing Division, led by vice president and general manager Scott Zahl, focuses on the growth of advanced computing and infrastructure technology solutions including enterprise software, storage and virtualization. Both divisions have access to the company's experienced partner shared service teams such as credit, customer service, licensing, marketing, purchasing, IT professional services and technical support.