Building on its strong cloud presence in Europe, Ingram Micro is proud to announce the launch of its newest Cloud Marketplace in Switzerland. This marks the ninth country in Europe to welcome the automated cloud services platform, and the 15th country worldwide.
According to IDC, the public cloud services market in Switzerland will grow from US$810M in 2013 to US$2.611B in 2018, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 26.4%.* As the demand for cloud technologies continues to grow in the Swiss market, the recent unveiling of our Cloud Marketplace reinforces our commitment to serve an ever-growing roster of organizations looking to successfully transform their businesses to the cloud.
The Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace is an ecosystem of buyers, sellers and solutions that allows channel partners to transform and grow their business by offering instant access to a wide range of innovative cloud solutions from a single online console. Initially featuring Microsoft Office 365 through the Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) program, as well as a suite of migration tools from SkyKick, the automated Cloud Marketplace allows channel partners to deploy unique Office 365 bundles in real time while owning the complete cloud subscription lifecycle. Through the Cloud Marketplace, channel partners can accelerate time-to-market, enhance customer intimacy, and increase business profitability in the cloud. View a live demonstration of the Cloud Marketplace here.
“Ingram Micro remains committed to helping European channel partners realize cloud success, delivering innovative solutions that drive increased value and profitability to their cloud business,” said Carl Alloin, executive director Europe, Ingram Micro Cloud. “The Cloud Marketplace simplifies success in the cloud by supporting rapid scalability and cloud deployment, seamless user-adoption, and accelerated investment in new cloud services.”
Cheers to launching another successful Cloud Marketplace!
Read the full press release here.
Source: * IDC European Public Cloud Services Forecast 2014-2019, Doc # SP01X, October 2015