Google Cloud Platform (GCP), Google Workspace, and Chrome Enterprise are now available through Ingram Micro Cloud’s reseller network in Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand. For the first time, Ingram Micro Cloud is exclusively making its standout Google Cloud offerings – previously introduced in the US, UK, Canada, and France – available to its channel network in these areas.
The move would strengthen Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace’s global offering by giving partners access to Ingram Micro Cloud, which they can use to expand their Google Cloud Platform, Google Workspace, and Chrome Enterprise businesses.
Together, Google Cloud and Ingram Micro Cloud are developing new tools to aid partners in managing end clients, advancing channel partners’ current capabilities and services. Through its partner programs, which offer end-to-end engagement models for Ingram Micro Cloud to enable systems integrators (SIs) and independent software vendors (ISVs), Ingram Micro Cloud also covers a wide range of partner enablement and support initiatives to assist partners in building Google Cloud Platform, Google Workspace, and Chrome Enterprise practices.
“Channel partners in the region will benefit from the strength of this collaboration to capture significant growth opportunities across Google’s end-to-end cloud services offerings,” said Victor Paradell, Executive Director, Cloud Channel Sales, Emerging Markets at Ingram Micro Cloud. “Ingram Micro Cloud is incredibly excited to partner with Google Cloud, and in turn provide our reseller partners across Southeast Asia with exclusive access to our Google Cloud Platform, Google Workspace and Chrome Enterprise portfolio. With this announcement, we show our commitment to ensuring our partners have access to the best cloud productivity, collaboration and infrastructure solutions, services, and enablement benefits that allow them to unlock the digital opportunity uptake in this region, which is one of the fastest growing in the world.”
Ingram Micro Channel Partner Ecosystem
With this deeper partnership with Google Cloud, Ingram Micro Cloud anticipates additional opportunities for its extensive partner network to grow their IaaS companies and better serve customers. The announcement coincides with a boom in the global IaaS business, with Gartner reporting a 40.7 percent increase in IaaS public cloud services globally in 2020 and market analysts projecting a $74.63 billion market by 2025.
“We’ve been experiencing unprecedented demand from businesses as they embrace the cloud to drive resilience, innovation and growth. This surge in cloud deployments means that the need for highly-skilled partners to advance our customers’ digital transformation goals has never been greater,” said Ruma Balasubramanian, managing director, Southeast Asia at Google Cloud. “With Ingram Micro Cloud’s proven experience in establishing and scaling successful Google Cloud practices, SIs and ISVs can gain significant opportunities to deliver high-value implementation and professional services, vertical solutions, and digital transformation expertise. We are proud that our partners have seen impressive growth across virtually every facet of their business, and our collaboration with Ingram Micro Cloud is part of our commitment toward providing the region’s partner ecosystem with the products, services, training and go-to-market support that’s needed to accelerate our joint momentum.”
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Ingram Micro Cloud is partnering with Google Cloud
Google Cloud Platform (GCP), Google Workspace, and Chrome Enterprise are now available through Ingram Cloud’s reseller network in Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand.
For the first time, Ingram Cloud is exclusively making its standout Google Cloud offerings – previously introduced in the US, UK, Canada, and France – available to its channel network in these areas.
Ingram Micro Channel Partner Ecosystem
Ingram Micro Cloud anticipates additional opportunities for its extensive partner network to grow their IaaS companies and better serve customers
Gartner reported a 40.7% increase in public cloud services globally in 2020
Market analysts project a $74.63 billion market by 2025