Ingram Micro Cloud adds TeamViewer to the Cloud Marketplace to support remote staff

Ingram Micro Cloud today announced the integration into the Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace of leading secure solutions for remote connectivity from TeamViewer as part of a global cloud distribution agreement.

With the explosion of remote working, the dispersed workforce faces many challenges in terms of security, collaboration and support. According to Global Workplace Analytics, the number of employees working from home has increased by 173% since 2005, with 43% of the workforce today working remotely quite frequently.

TeamViewer’s products will initially be available in 15 countries, including the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Spain, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and several Nordic countries. The products will be available in the United States, Brazil and Chile a little later.

Ingram Micro Cloud will distribute the following TeamViewer products:

  • Secure remote access and support: Allows system administrators to access servers remotely, securely from anywhere, without the need for a VPN. Business users can also use TeamViewer to remotely access their work computers from off-site locations.
  • Centralized remote monitoring and management: Provides the ability to manage, monitor, track, fix, back up, and protect computers, devices, and software, all from a single platform.
  • TeamViewer Pilot: Provides remote assistance using augmented reality technology, whether to repair or maintain a device, or a machine; also enables rapid collaboration to solve problems or train colleagues from anywhere.

“We are delighted to announce this relationship with TeamViewer, which will accelerate their growth on this channel,” said Ashwin Viswanath, director of global strategy for the cloud portfolio at Ingram Micro Cloud. “By exploiting our CloudBlue Connect product catalog, as well as our CloudBlue Commerce platform, we are uniquely positioned to increase the visibility and distribution of TeamViewer’s offerings throughout our reseller base. ”

“At TeamViewer, we always strive to reach the greatest number of people in all regions and sectors of life, thanks to our remote solutions. To do this, we need reliable partners, ”said Rajesh Nakarajan, commercial director at TeamViewer. “This partnership with Ingram Micro Cloud will meet these needs and increase our reach while strengthening our distribution network. ”

About Ingram Micro Cloud

Ingram Micro Cloud brings together innovators and “problem solvers” to help the world perform better. The company facilitates and manages the complex digital value chain of the cloud, all powered by CloudBlue technology. Ingram Micro Cloud operates in 64 countries with more than 55,000 reseller partners, and its Cloud Marketplace serves 6.5 million workstations, offering more than 120 cloud solutions. With unmatched global reach, easy access to automated integration and marketing tools, deep technical expertise and a collection of scalable SaaS and IaaS solutions, Ingram Micro Cloud helps suppliers, resellers and service providers services managed by offering an optimized service (“More as a Service”). Detailed information is available at www.IngramMicroCloud.com.

About TeamViewer

As a leading global provider of remote connectivity solutions, TeamViewer allows its users to connect to any device, anywhere, anytime. The company provides secure, remote access, support, control and collaboration capabilities for online terminals of all kinds. By innovating through Augmented Reality (AR) and Internet of Things (IoT) deployments, which are both avant-garde and easy to implement, the company enables companies of all sizes to tap into their potential. full digital. TeamViewer has been activated on more than 2 billion devices; and more than 45 million devices are online at any time. Founded in 2005 in Goppingen, Germany, the company employs nearly 800 people in offices across Europe, the United States and Asia-Pacific. To learn more, visit www.teamviewer.com, and follow us on social media.

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