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Ingram Micro NZ onboard as Microsoft rolls out Cloud Solution Provider Program

Ingram Micro NZ onboard as Microsoft rolls out Cloud Solution Provider Program

“The continued expansion of Ingram Micro's relationship with Microsoft demonstrates our leadership to provide the channel with solutions that lift their business to the cloud."

Ingram Micro has today announced its Asia Pacific participation in the Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) program.

The program is designed to strengthen customer relationships and expand cloud sales opportunities by enabling channel partners to provision, bundle, invoice, manage and support Microsoft Cloud offerings including Microsoft Office 365 and Windows Intune subscriptions with greater ease and efficiency.

Ingram Micro's participation in Microsoft's CSP program will initiate from the following countries; Australia, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Zealand and Singapore, with others expected to follow shortly thereafter.

“The continued expansion of Ingram Micro's relationship with Microsoft demonstrates our leadership to provide the channel with solutions that lift their business to the cloud," says Richard Duggan, executive director, Ingram Micro Cloud APAC.

“Ingram Micro has successfully differentiated its CSP offering in other regions by delivering a true online consumption model for Microsoft cloud solutions paired with unique migration and customer support options.

“We look forward to building on that success while enabling our channel partners to quickly enhance their cloud sales and profitability in the Asia Pacific region.”

According to Phil Sorgen, corporate vice president, Worldwide Partner Group at Microsoft, the Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider program puts channel partners at the centre of the customer relationship.

“Ingram Micro's participation in our program, cloud advocacy and enablement resources demonstrate its dedication to helping our mutual channel partners move to the cloud,” he says.

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