Ingram Micro Expands Vendor Portfolio with InFocus Partnership
| 12 February, 2018
Ingram Micro U.K. & Ireland have announces a partnership with Infocus, who provide end-to-end display videoconferencing solutions from video phones to projectors, and JTouch interactive touchscreens, the Monopad all-in-one touch and videoconferencing solutions and ConX Cloud videoconferencing services. The partnership enables Ingram Micro UK to enhance their AV portfolio and offer channel partners a strong choice of technologies.
Raj Pandya, Commercial Director Specialty Solutions at Ingram Micro commented: “Ingram Micro continues to expand its AV proposition to our customers, the addition of Infocus, a globally recognised AV brand, will enable us as Ingram Micro to provide collaboration solutions and leading AV technologies that cater for various end user markets. We look forward to building a strong partnership together with Infocus and our channel partners.”
Ingram Micro will be able to support customers to be able to provide a full suite of presentation and collaboration technologies that will enable end customers to teach, train and visualize their work environment. Infocus also offer videoconferencing software and cloud services, a full array of accessories, tablets, kangaroo pocket PC’s, display wall processors and visualization and collaboration products that enable anyone to see and connect anywhere at any time, even using personal and mobile devices.
A better way to work together 1. Latest technologies 2. Collaboration solutions 3. Margin enhancements “InFocus prides itself on selecting the top partners around the world to enable its collaboration products to help people connect across the conference room and across the globe,” commented Mark Harris, Vice President Sales EMEA at Infocus. “Ingram Micro’s network and commitment to the PRO AV, education, office and collaboration space supports our overall growth strategy and is a natural alignment for a partnership. We are sure to increase with Ingram the brand recognition and the market share of InFocus”.