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Gallery: One Giant Leap for Ingram Micro at Showcase 2019

14 May 2019
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Ingram Micro Showcase this year has just wrapped up with events held in Auckland, Wellington, and Christchurch.

The event was themed ‘One Giant Leap’, a nod to 2019 being the 50th anniversary since Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong set foot on the moon.

Ingram Micro NZ executive managing director Gary Bigwood says, “The speed of technological advancement continues at pace and so do the changing needs and requirements of users as businesses strive to stay ahead of the curve.

“Ingram Micro Showcase has always been the ultimate platform to display and demonstrate the latest our industry has to offer.”

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