Ingram’s EMEA networking division has added to its partner stable by signing cloud-based software vendor Anomalous Networks.
Anomalous Networks’ Intelicost offering can be customised for enterprises, mid-sized companies and SMBs to control and reduce telecom expenses on smartphones and other mobile broadband devices.
Pierre-Yvon Mechali, executive director and general manager of the Telco division at Ingram Micro EMEA, said: “Anomalous has built one of the most successful real-time telecom expense management solutions on the market, giving resellers strong opportunities to generate more business through a relevant addition to their suite of products.
“This is a natural complement to our line which enhances our mobile offering and reinforces our overall value proposition as we develop a full telecommunications ecosystem for the evolution of 3G and 4G technologies.”
Daniel Rudlich, chief executive of Anomalous Networks, said: “We are very pleased to be partnering with Ingram Micro to reach new customers and expand our presence in Europe.
“We have already started to expand our European team in order to best serve the European reseller community,” he added. “Our product enables telecom managers and end-users with a real-time view of voice, SMS, data usage and international roaming, all through a cost-effective scalable solution.”
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