IT distributor Ingram Micro and software provider AvePoint have reached an agreement to offer discounted migration and back-up solutions for managed service providers.
The firms announced at this week’s Microsoft Inspire event that Ingram Micro will list AvePoint’s solutions for Office 365 and Dynamics 365 in its cloud marketplaces at discounted rates for managed service providers (MSPs), as part of the Modern Workplace Accelerate programme.
The programme is designed to help partners overcome the complexity of the cloud by delivering services, promotions and resources to scale Office 365, Microsoft 365 and Dynamics 365 related offerings. These include marketing services, sales tools, training, preferential pricing, cloud solutions, and support.
“With more than 55,000 resellers around the world relying on the Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace, we are committed to ensuring our partners have the best solutions, services and enablement benefits to achieve success in their cloud business,” said Renée Bergeron, senior vice president of cloud computing at Ingram Micro. “We chose AvePoint as our global Modern Workplace Accelerate partner because of their worldwide footprint, 18-year track record of innovating alongside Microsoft, and their superior commitment to partner success and the channel as a whole.”
AvePoint is the exclusive migration and back-up solution provider of the Modern Workplace Accelerate programme and is also a preferred vendor for migration solutions and services, as well as Office 365 back-up and Dynamics 365 back-up in the Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace.
“We’ve taken the same Office 365 migration and backup solutions leveraged by the biggest brands and six million cloud users across the world and designed them specifically for MSPs to manage multiple clients and tenants behind a single pane of glass,” said Tianyi Jiang, co-CEO and co-founder of AvePoint. “With the help of the Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace, MSPs can access and deploy these easy to use enterprise class software-as-as-service solutions in seconds and start growing their Microsoft cloud business.”
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