To address the increasing demand for secure cloud-based file sharing across Europe, Ingram Micro today announced it has expanded the reach and availability of Dropbox Business on the Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace to channel partners in the United Kingdom.
Through the Cloud Marketplace, channel partners can purchase, configure, and manage Dropbox Business via a single automated platform.
“Through the Ingram Micro Ecosystem of Cloud, our channel partners have the ability to do more. We are excited to offer Dropbox alongside our existing services and provide channel partners and their customers a best-in-class cloud solution that speeds up collaboration and drives business growth,” said Apay Obang-Oyway, Director for Northern Europe, Ingram Micro Cloud. “The Cloud Marketplace brings new levels of performance and speed, enabling channel partners to quickly build and deploy unique Dropbox Business offerings while gaining a significant competitive advantage in the cloud.”
With today’s evolving business landscape now yielding a workspace that is no longer confined to a desktop or fixed location, many companies are embracing cloud technologies to effectively and securely collaborate in real time.
Dropbox Business also offers seamless integration with hundreds of existing third-party solutions, enabling channel partners to attach relevant software offerings and deliver a value-added solution that increases cross-selling opportunities and market differentiation. Through the Cloud Marketplace, channel partners will soon be able to attach Dropbox to Microsoft Office 365 via Ingram Micro’s productivity suite, and deliver a secure, end-to-end solution that streamlines business communications and enhances productivity across industry verticals.
“Offering an easy-to-use and secure collaborative tool that can be seamlessly integrated with existing solutions presents a significant advantage for both our customers and our business,” said Ali Pricem Director, PANTHER BUSINESS IT SERVICES LTD. “By leveraging the automated Cloud Marketplace to provision and manage Dropbox in real time, we are well positioned to meet the rapidly growing customer demand for enterprise-grade file sharing.”
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