Ingram has signed another vendor to its ever-growing stable with the addition of CyberPower Systems.
The vendor – which specialises in UPS, PDU surge protectors and USB mobile chargers – is keen to grow its presence in the UK market and has picked Ingram to set up its UK channel and help grow its reach.
Jon Bunyard, director of the advanced solutions division at Ingram, said: “Ingram Micro is pleased to open doors into the UK for vendors looking to expand into foreign markets and we are pleased to introduce CyberPower’s product range to our broad customer base.
“We are keen to partner with vendors sych as CyberPower, who are actively developing increasingly energy-efficient and cost-saving products and welcome the opportunity to bring their innovations to market.”
Kiran Patel, head of UK sales at CyberPower Systems Europe, said: "Our partnership with Ingram Micro will open new market opportunities for CyberPower and we are pleased to offer our complete product range in the UK.
“Ingram Micro’s knowledge, experience and strong local presence combined with our products will guarantee a complete and competitive service for our joint customers. We are delighted to have secured this exclusive relationship and look forward to the benefits of working alongside such a competent and strong partner.”
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