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Ingram Micro Cloud now offers Google Cloud Platform, Google Workspace and Chrome Enterprise portfolios in Southeast Asia

Ingram Micro Cloud’s vast network of partners opens up new opportunities to meet customer needs and expand their IaaS business in Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand

Irvine, CA-(ANTARA / Business Wire)-Ingram Micro Cloud today announced that it will offer Google Cloud Platform (GCP), Google Workspace and Chrome Enterprise to reseller networks in Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand. Ingram Micro Cloud is making the first exclusive use of its own Google Cloud products, previously launched in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada and France, on networks in these markets.

This move strengthens Ingram Micro’s global offering of Cloud Marketplace, allowing partners to leverage Ingram Micro Cloud to grow their businesses in Google Cloud Platform, Google Workspace, and Chrome Enterprise.

Google Cloud and Ingram MicroCloud are working together to improve the current skills and services of channel partners and develop new resources to support them in managing their end customers. Ingram Micro Cloud is a system integrator (SI) and independent software vendor (ISV) partner.

Victor Paradell, Executive Director of Cloud Channel Sales for Ingram MicroCloud’s Emerging Markets, said: Paradell continues. “Ingram MicroCloud is very excited to partner with Google Cloud, giving Southeast Asian reseller partners exclusive access to the Google Cloud Platform, Google Workspace and Chrome Enterprise portfolios. With this announcement, partners will be the best cloud producers. Demonstrate our commitment to gain access to gender, collaboration, infrastructure solutions, services, and realization benefits, allowing partners to unleash the capture of digital opportunities in this fastest-growing region. Can be. All over the world. ”

As a result of this growing relationship with Google Cloud, Ingram Micro Cloud expects its vast partner network to have new opportunities to meet customer needs while expanding its IaaS business. The news is that the global IaaS market is in the midst of a boom. Gartner Market researchers predict that the industry will reach, reporting a 40.7% increase in global IaaS public cloud services in 2020 $ 74.63 billion by 2025..
“We have experienced unprecedented demand from companies that are embracing the cloud to drive resilience, innovation and growth. Lumabaras Bramanian, Managing Director of Southeast Asia at Google Cloud, said: “With Ingram MicroCloud’s proven experience in establishing and scaling successful Google Cloud practices, SI and ISV provide high-value implementation and professional services, vertical solutions, and digital transformation expertise. You can get an important opportunity. We are our Partners are growing tremendously Collaboration with Ingram Micro Cloud is part of an effort to provide the local partner ecosystem with the products, services, training and market support needed to accelerate collaboration. ”
For more information on the Google Cloud offering for Ingram Micro Cloud, please visit: IaaS Landing page.

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Ingram Micro Cloud brings together innovators and problem solvers to help the world achieve more. Facilitate and manage the complex digital value chain of the cloud. All of these utilize CloudBlue technology. Ingram Micro Cloud is a vendor, reseller, with unmatched global reach, easy access to automated market development and integration tools, advanced technical expertise, and a carefully selected selection of scalable SaaS and IaaS solutions. And assist managed service providers. service. For more information, please visit the following URL: www.ingrammicrocloud.com..

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