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Ingram Micro Australia gets Apple distie deal

13 Feb 12

Ingram Micro Australia has become an authorised Apple distributor, in an agreement which comes into effect immediately.

The Australian deal, announced today, follows the 2010 appointment of Ingram Micro New Zealand as an Apple Authorised Distributor.

Ingram Micro Australia says it will offer iPad and iPod products, along with the Mac range, as well as accessories and AppleCare products to partners that have been authorised by Apple.

The company has established a dedicated Apple team to work with its Australian partners similar to what was setup in New Zealand when appointed.

Jay Miley, Ingram Micro Australia Managing Director said today "I am extremely excited to announce this distribution agreement with Apple. With the depth and breadth of our reseller relationships, and our ability to deliver both Apple-branded products and Apple-compatible products from many of our existing vendor partners, we’re able to offer our reseller partners comprehensive Apple-based solutions from a single distribution partner”.

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