Ingram Micro expands partnership with SUSE in Indonesia
Enterprise open-source software provider SUSE has extended its partnership with Ingram Micro, as the Indonesian arm of the global distributor is poised to increase the distribution capacity of the vendor’s solutions across the country.
Based in Germany, SUSE provides enterprise-grade Linux, Kubernetes for containerized service and workload management, software-defined storage solutions, and native and container-bound edge software solutions. Its open source platforms include SUSE Linux Enterprise and SUSE Rancher.
The partnership will see Ingram Micro Indonesia focus on delivering the vendor’s products to Managed Service Providers (MSPs), as well as volume licensing (VLA) business for SUSE.
âSUSE looks forward to working with Ingram Micro to continue to expand our presence in the growing Indonesian market and throughout Southeast Asia,â said Isabella Kusumawati, vice president and general manager of SUSE South Asia. -East. âWe are delighted to build on SUSE’s long and established relationship with Ingram Micro on a global basis.
âThe addition of distribution capacity in Indonesia through Ingram Micro once again demonstrates SUSE’s commitment to customers, partners and our open source communities,â she added.
According to Clement Mak, managing director of Ingram Micro Indonesia, the deal comes as SUSE’s offerings gain popularity in Indonesia, where digital transformation is proliferating among companies struggling to adapt to changing pressures. of the market.
âIngram Micro has one of the broadest lines of IT, mobility and cloud products and services in the Indonesian market, and the addition of SUSE solutions will provide our partners with additional world-class technologies and services. to help their customers thrive in today’s market, âsaid Mak.
In March, SUSE appointed Synnex Metrodata as one of its value-added distributors in Indonesia, the strategic partnership facilitating the supplier’s expansion plans across the country.
Synnex Metrodata, a joint venture between PT Metrodata Electronics and Synnex Technology International, planned to target the enterprise and mid-size manufacturing and service markets with the supplier’s offering.
âThis appointment is one of our strategic initiatives to expand our presence in South East Asia, where we see great growth potential and pent-up demand for open source solutions to meet the IT needs of businesses in this time of transformation. digital, âKusumawati said. at the time.
Kusumawati was recruited by Salesforce at the end of last year to help the vendor grow revenue in the region over the next three years, largely by recruiting partners and top talent to leverage markets and opportunities. untapped opportunities in the region.
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