Ingram Micro reveals three new Cloud Marketplace tools

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Ingram Micro reveals three new Cloud Marketplace tools
Ingram Micro's Lee Welch.

Ingram Micro Australia has added three new tools in its Cloud Marketplace and unveiled a new app.

One of the new offerings is called the “Go to Market Hub” and offers a range of sale enablement tools, pre-built marketing campaign templates, digital automation tools and insights and education.

Another new offering, “Instant Cloud Solutions”, is billed as ideal “for resellers looking to transform their licensing business into an Infrastructure-as-a-Service revenue-generating opportunity.”

The offering does so with “pre-architected, vetted and licensed cloud solutions” that customers can buy and quickly deploy.

 “For resellers who purchase traditional software, Instant Cloud Solutions offer an easy pathway to a better, digital alternative. They can diversity their offerings with a growing portfolio of pre-built cloud software solutions, and take advantage of the programmatic deployment and provisioning capability enabled by Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace,” says Welch.

A third new offering is called “ITAgree” and provides legal agreements channel partners can use with their. These comprehensive, easy-to-read legal agreements are specially designed so that partners can modify the content, as appropriate, to fit their business.

There’s also a new app for all that: “IMPulse App” provides access to all of the facilities in Ingram’s Cloud Marketplace.

The distie has also teased new updates to its offerings to partners at the Cloud Summit events it will stage in Australia next week.

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