Welcome to this week’s Distribution Watch, our weekly peek at the goings on in the distribution space. This week, we’re taking a close look at news from Ingram Micro (NASDAQ: IM) and the Global Technology Distribution Council (GTDC). Ready?
Ingram Micro has acquired Palo Alto-based Shipwire, the cloud logistics and supply chain management SaaS provider. The acquisition price was not disclosed.
Shipwire has established itself as one of the leading cloud logistics platforms for retailers and e-commerce companies. It also provides shipping and developer tools.
Ingram Micro (IM) and Zynstra have joined forces in a hybrid cloud deal that brings Zyntra's O365Connect appliance to the U.K. SMB market, and marking Ingram Micro's second international Office365-related deal in as many days.
Distribution behemoth Ingram Micro (NYSE: IM) has announced its intention to acquire wireless device lifecycle services management provider BrightPoint, giving Ingram Micro added capabilities to its mobility portfolio.
Under the terms of the deal, Ingram Micro is paying $9 per share for BrightPoint, totaling about $840 million.
Less than a week after Hurricane Sandy devastated the Northeast, leaving thousands still homeless and businesses struggling to return to normal operation, distributor Ingram Micro (NYSE: IM) and Intermedia, an SMB cloud service provider, are offering a much-need helping hand to channel partners in the distressed areas: a free month of email and, if needed, a cloud server solution for their downed
File this one as another win for Ingram Micro (IM): the company has expanded its strategic alliance with recovery-as-a-service (RaaS) provider Axcient to give both companies a stronger foothold in the backup and disaster recovery industry.