France: infrastructure VAD Arrow ECS has promoted Sophie Daval, its marketing director, to Cloud, Marketing and Services director. Broadliner Ingram Micro has given the keys of its local Cloud business to Sandrine Vigor, previously EMEA Microsoft account manager. She replaces Benoît Boudrique, who has moved to the United States to become Sr. Global Alliance Manager - Cloud Global Business Unit for the distributor.
Broadliner Ingram Micro has unveiled a strategic channel alliance with Cradlepoint, the specialist in cloud-based network solutions for connecting people, places and things over wired and wireless broadband. As a premier distribution partner, Ingram Micro will help to accelerate the rapid growth that Cradlepoint has achieved and extend their regional market share in the EMEA region through its offices in Austria, Belgium, Egypt, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Lebanon, Morocco, the Netherlands, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom. Cradlepoint provides innovative solutions for cloud-managed business continuity, primary and parallel networking, mobile, and M2M/IoT.
Dr Ali Baghdadi, Chief Executive, Ingram Micro, Middle East, Africa & Turkey and Mark Chlebek, Senior Director Advanced Solutions EMEA, Ingram Micro, said: "Cradlepoint's networking technology is world-class and fits perfectly within our portfolio. We will leverage our combined technical capabilities and expertise to build value-added solutions for tactical customer segments and vertical markets that require remote connectivity and strong interoperability." George Mulhern, CEO of Cradlepoint, said: "Ingram Micro's dedicated excellence in serving the channel has set the pace for a great partnership and Cradlepoint's further geographic expansion." Hubert Da Costa, Vice President EMEA, Cradlepoint, said: "We are looking forward to driving new business opportunities alongside Ingram Micro for our mutual vendor partners."
Belgium: broadliner Ingram Micro has appointed Christophe Defrance as its new managing director. He replaces Sophie Deleval who has gone back to France some weeks ago to take the reins of the local office. Christophe recently joined Ingram Micro Belux as Sales Director, after an extensive experience in the Channel, working for several ICT companies and in his last role he spent 6 years successfully introducing and building the channel for Dell. Last January Christophe was recognized by the industry for his constant belief in and contribution to the channel by being elected Belgium Channel Personality of the Year.
Gerhard Schulz leaves broadliner Ingram Micro for personal reasons after more than 15 years at the firm. He was promoted in 2013 to his present role as executive vice president and president of Europe Technology Solutions, replacing retiring Alain Macquet. Prior to this he spent a number of years leading the broadliner's distribution business across the DACHH region, encompassing operations in Austria, Germany, Hungary and Switzerland. Before that he was managing director of Ingram's business in his native Germany, and also held other senior sales posts in the country. He joined Ingram having previously served as director of rival Tech Data's European business, and worked for vendor Intel earlier in his career. Schulz led a restructure of Ingram's EMEA operations over the past two years, in which each country now has a dedicated chief executive overseeing a national business that is split into four clearly defined areas: traditional product distribution; cloud services; life cycle services; and e-commerce fulfilment. As part of the overhaul the distributor also closed its previous regional headquarters in Brussels, and opened a new centralised service centre in the Bulgarian capital Sofia, in which 800 people are employed. The departing European boss also oversaw a busy period of M&A in the region, including the acquisition of the e-commerce services business of Dutch firm Docdata, and the Odin cloud platform, bought from Parallels. The new EMEA director is now Marc Snider, the former director of Ingram Micro in Canada. He will be based in the Irvine CA offices of the broadliner (source: Channelnomics Europe).
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