Ingram Micro Cloud and LogMeIn will provide Ingram Micro’s partners’ customers with access to many LogMeIn products.
In recent weeks, the need to adopt remote working by organisations worldwide has moved from something that employees do occasionally, to fully remote organisations almost overnight. Ingram Micro Cloud and LogMeIn are working together to support this new way of working by offering LogMeIn’s cloud based products that make it easy to deploy unified communications and collaboration (UCC), identity and access management and customer engagement and support solutions to IT teams and end-users needing to maintain business continuity.
The partnership between the two companies leverages Ingram Micro Cloud’s extensive offerings and Value Software-as-a-Service, and its position as a leading distributor combined with LogMeIn’s integrated portfolio of remote work technology solutions that simplify how businesses and employees interact with each other and the world around them.
“This is a critical time for both businesses and their employees, and we are proud to partner with Ingram Micro to be able to offer our remote work solutions to those in need,” says Keith Bartlett, director of channel sales, LogMeIn. “Ingram Micro’s partners are undoubtedly seeing strain across their operations to enable sudden remote working during the pandemic and we hope we are able to support a smooth transition by offering products such as GoToConnect, GoToMeeting and GoToWebinar to their partners.”
Scott Murphy, Director of Cloud, UCC and Cyber Security, Ingram Micro UK&I, said: “Offering more of LogMeIn’s products to our partners’ customers will help strengthen scalability for them during the present period, and help many businesses to continue to operate and recover after the Coronavirus crisis is over. Ingram Micro Cloud is delighted to offer our partners these kits from a strategic vendor to our cloud portfolio, and we are dedicated to helping our partners capitalise and maximise at this time.”
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