Driving IoT Profitability
According to industry analysts, there's vast potential economic value in IoT projects. However, most organizations are struggling to get their projects off the ground. Why? It comes down to building a solid business case for IoT and then lining up the resources to execute on it.
The Ingram Micro IoT team never sees IoT as a technology or service unto itself. We see a number of technologies, services and standards that are integrated around a specific market application. Our deep supplier relationships give us insight into which of our partners is best suited to support your specific market requirements.
We understand there is usually more than one way to accomplish your objectives. We’ll show you the various options and guide you to the one that aligns with the skills of your team, your business model and your time to market objectives.
- Increasing your services revenue
- Expanding your geographic reach
- Extending your technical competency
- Acquiring new business while controlling costs
- Providing unbiased, third-party assistance
Know More: Your Partner for IoT Training
To realize the promise of IoT, you need the right services and training to empower your success and give you a competitive advantage. Ingram Micro offers certification training courses that enable partners to increase profitability by filling in gaps while enhancing technology skill sets.
Ingram Micro IoT University provides the opportunity to learn and grow across multiple IoT domains, including Architecture, Dev Ops, Edge Technology, Visualization and Big Data. In addition, partners can enroll in vendor-authorized courses from multiple vendors, including Cisco, IBM, Juniper Networks, Microsoft, Veeam and VMware. Plus, Ingram Micro is a Premier VMware Authorized Training Center (VATC) in North America and an IBM Authorized Global Training Provider (GTP), offering full portfolios of hardware and software training classes.
Sell More: Your Partner for IoT Services
The challenge for deploying IoT isn’t the why, but the how. IoT requires qualified, certified administrators, technicians, system analysts and engineers. These kinds of professionals can be difficult to recruit and expensive to train.
Every Ingram Micro partner has access to one of the industry’s deepest professional services benches to help them plan, implement, deploy, manage and support their IoT projects. We give trusted support at every stage of a technology engagement through Ingram Micro Professional Services Focus Areas:
Professional Services allow reseller partners to expand their technical competency, extend geographic reach and increase profitability by leveraging the expertise of other partners and technical resources.