Ingram Micro strikes regional IoT deal with Roambee

Ingram Micro strikes regional IoT deal with Roambee

Silicon Valley start-up specialises in monitoring and tracking solutions

Francis Choo (Ingram Micro)

Francis Choo (Ingram Micro)

Credit: Channel Asia

Ingram Micro has been appointed as distributor of Roambee in Asia Pacific, spanning markets in Singapore, Thailand, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Indonesia.

Founded in 2013, the Silicon Valley start-up operates as an Internet of Things (IoT) provider, with deep expertise across manufacturing, logistics and supply chain, transportation, finance, pharmaceutical and automotive industries.

The new channel alliance aims to increase awareness of Roambee’s suite of products, while driving adoption of the vendor’s monitoring and tracking solutions and services regionally.

“Roambee is an important addition to our existing vast portfolio and we believe has high potential in the ASEAN and Hong Kong markets,” said Francis Choo, vice president and chief country executive of ASEAN and HK at Ingram Micro.

“IoT solutions are becoming increasingly utilised by the logistics and supply chain industry, among others and Roambee will help enable our partners to meet their customer’s demands.”

According to Choo, Roambee is recognised as a “leading IoT data company”, through innovating supply chain logistics and monitoring for enterprises globally.

Furthermore, Roambee’s real-time monitoring solutions provide end-to-end visibility, backed up by data and analytics to improve ROI, mitigate risk and enhance business operations.

“Roambee is honoured to team with Ingram Micro in delivering proven IoT solutions to its vast partner network,” added Edwin Winder, vice president of partners and alliances at Roambee.

“Ingram Micro is the world leader in the distribution of technology and services and is an ideal partner for accelerating global enterprise adoption for Roambee’s innovative technology.

“With Roambee’s easy to deploy visibility and condition monitoring solutions, Ingram Micro’s partners will be able to provide a complete end-to-end service to their customers in a timely, simple, and cost-effective manner.

“It’s a win-win win for Ingram Micro, Roambee, and enterprise customers across Singapore, Thailand, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Indonesia.”

From a channel perspective, Roambee works with enterprise software providers, system integrators and telecommunications specialists.

Tags Ingram MicroInternet of ThingsRoambee

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