The Asia Innovation Engine division has received a major boost with Ingram MicroCloud’s (IMC) extensive online marketplace to now provide access to Google Cloud Platform (GCP), Google Workspace and Chrome to companies in Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand. Organization.
So what does this mean for business leaders? In short, as everything moves to the cloud, high-end platforms like Google, Microsoft Azure and Amazon AWS know that companies in overseas markets are looking for new ways to increase their business. Ingram MicroCloud’s new offering offers never-before-seen Google Cloud offerings that startups in the state can get their teeth into.
Launched for the first time in the US, UK, Canadian and French markets, this latest expansion into Southeast Asia strengthens IMC’s global offering by providing partners with new ways to use the Google Cloud Platform (GCP, Google Workspace and Chrome Enterprise). The next step.
To ensure the success of the new venture, Google Cloud and Ingram MicroCloud are providing channel partners with the skills and insights they need to manage the needs of their end customers and grow their base. With this expanded relationship between Google Cloud and Ingram MicroCloud, both entities expect the vast partner network to open up new opportunities to meet the needs of developers who rely on the power of the cloud to get real-time data-driven insights and things moving.
This comes as part of a broader partner development initiative to enable and support end-to-end system integrations (SIs) for end-customers and independent engagement of new GCP, Google Workspace and Chrome Enterprise practices across the growing Ingram MicroCloud partner network. Software vendors (ISVs) make up the fabric of the broader cloud community.
The cloud industry continues to grow at an impressive pace despite its current downturn, which means founders can rely on innovation to keep the pipeline going. This means it’s time to unlock the power of the cloud and explore new scaling methods.