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Jabra joins forces with Ingram Micro

04 Jun 2013

Jabra ANZ has appointed Ingram Micro to distribute the company’s complete range of Call Centre and Office (CC&O) products.

The company says the distribution agreement includes Jabra’s full range of products, including recently launched Jabra MOTION.

“We’re delighted to sign Jabra up as a partner," says Jon Fox, Enterprise Business manager, Ingram Micro.

"We see it as a great opportunity to link in with our existing Cisco and Microsoft businesses as we look to enhance our offerings in the growing unified communications market."

"This partnership will allow Jabra to leverage our extensive reach into the Australian reseller community, and perhaps introduce Ingram Micro to some resellers we may not have dealt with in the past.”

Echoing Fox's comments, Soren Schoennemann, MD Jabra ANZ says: “Ingram Micro’s extensive local experience will allow Jabra to significantly increase awareness and adoption of our products in this region.

"Asia-Pacific is one of our fastest growing markets for unified communications solutions and it is critical for us to establish strong relationships with distributors across ANZ that can add significant value to our proposition.

“Our collaboration with Ingram Micro will also be beneficial in reaching a larger reseller database and in particular Cisco channels, given our existing relationship in product co-development."

The company has also extended its support to its partner network with a launch of the Jabra Business Tool, an iPad sales app.

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