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Monexa Services Reaches on Distribution Deal With Ingram Micro Inc.

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Monexa Services Inc. declared on Thursday that it has inched a distribution deal with Ingram Micro Inc. (IM) in the United States as well as Canada, to boost its offering of technology solutions to its customer base.

The firm reported that the new alliance would enable Ingram Micro channel partners focused on cloud services to source along with deliver subscription and usage-based pricing models to their customers by means of Monexa’s enterprise-grade billing system.

Ingram Micro channel associates will have the chance to create more customer-friendly pricing models to make revenue growth at the same time as cutting the costs and complexity of managing their business. At the same time, they will benefit from a more transparent as well as customer-friendly billing experience by means of the Monexa billing platform.

Senior Director, Cloud, Ingram Micro, Jason Bystrak stated that “Ingram Micro is pleased to become a Monexa Channel Partner and offer its industry leading enterprise cloud billing solution to our channel partners throughout North America .” He added, using Monexa, channel partners can differentiate their cloud-based services during personalized pricing and bundling for customers, in addition to boosting their business agility as well as velocity through flexible, usage-based pricing models.

On the other side, Executive Vice President of Ingram Micro and president, North America, Ingram Micro Mobility, Bashar Nejdawi articulated that firms annoying to succeed in a world where the interpretation of mobility includes over smartphones and tablets, are being defined by their innovation in product, marketing as well as supply chain.

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