Ingram Micro (IM) this week at its 2014 Cloud Summit in Hollywood, Fla. announced several changes to its cloud business, with the intentions of expanding its worldwide cloud services provider business.
The technology distributor unveiled these changes to more than 1,000 channel partners attending the conference. Resellers from Latin America and Europe were also in attendance this year.
Quick summary of conference announcements: Ingram Micro Cloud Computing Vice President Renee Bergeron made several announcements on Tuesday:
- The company added more cloud-based vendors and solutions to the Ingram Micro Cloud portfolio.
- There are new Ingram Micro-hosted cloud solutions and "white glove" services.
- It has expanded its channel programs.
- Channel partners can expect the next-gen Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace in Q2.
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