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BitTitan joins Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace lineup

23 Jun 16

Ingram Micro channel partners now have access to BitTitan via the distributor’s cloud marketplace in a deal which it says will save time and cost for partners moving customers to the cloud.

The deal provides ‘seamless’ access to BitTitan’s cloud enablement and data migration offerings, via a single online portal.

The vendor’s cloud-based offerings provide an automated end-to-end migration and onboarding experience for complementary cloud services such as Microsoft Office 365.

Felix Wong, Ingram Micro ANZ chief country executive, says the deal enables channel partners to take advantage of the ‘huge’ growth and sales opportunity for cloud by reducing the complexity and cost associated with the migration effort.

“Channel partners can now save on time and cost when moving their customers to the cloud and have the ability to bring products to market faster for increased revenue and cross-sell opportunities,” Ingram Micro says.

The distributor says resellers are seeking solutions to help eliminate the challenges associated with cloud adoption as increasing numbers of organisations of all sizes head to the cloud.

David Gray, BitTitan ANZ territory manager, says the deal provides mutual partners with greater capability to offer ‘a superior migration and onboarding experience to their customers looking to grow their business in the cloud’.

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