Ingram Micro partners with Ipanema to bring AppWork services to EMEA - PC Retail

Ingram Micro partners with Ipanema to bring AppWork services to EMEA

The UK will be the first in EMEA to have access to this service
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Ingram Micro has announced that it will distribute Ipanema’s AppWork services to IT businesses in EMEA.

This follows the successful launch of AppsWork in North America in April this year. The UK is the first country in EMEA to make the service available to Ingram Micro’s channel.

“We are delighted to extend our partnership with Ingram Micro beyond the US”, said Rogier van der Wal, vice president, Cloud Services, Ipanema Technologies.

“Ingram Micro EMEA has clearly established itself as the leading Cloud & Managed Services aggregator in the European IT channel. We’ve had great success so far in the US and we anticipate the same level of interest in the UK and across EMEA. Guaranteeing application performance is a truly global business challenge.”

Matt Sanderson, managing director at Ingram Micro UK said: “The partnership between both companies further strengthens our proposition as a Value Added Distributor of aggregated cloud technologies for the channel and I am delighted to be able to offer our business partners further cloud based solutions that will help them realise incremental and margin rich revenues along with the hosting scalability which will benefit our SME channel.”

AppsWork allows Ingram’s channel partners, from IT service providers to IT solution providers, to optimise application performance across the WAN and address their customers’ concerns around end-user experience, reliability and costs associated with on-premise and cloud-based business applications.

The partnership means that for a few Pounds per user per month, businesses can take full advantage of any application, including cloud and internet-based, with guaranteed performance and full application visibility.

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