Ingram Micro is the world's number one technology distributor, the market leader in Sweden and established in all Nordic countries. Humly Solutions AB and Ingram Micro are now establishing a collaboration on the European market with, primarily, a focus on the Nordic countries..
Humly Solutions AB continues to invest in the Nordic market in combination with expanding internationally. Together with Ingram Micro, a collaboration is now being established to further reach out with IT solutions for the modern workplace.
"At Ingram Micro, we invest in offering products and solutions that promote the modern workplace. With Humly's solutions and products, we strengthen our offering within meeting rooms and interaction, which is a very important area for us. With their award-winning design and one of the market's most secure solutions, in times when IT security is of the highest priority, it feels good to be able to invest further together", says Lasse Bjørnestad, Business Area Manager at Ingram Micro.
The collaboration will begin in December and it is another step for Humly Solutions AB to strengthen its position as a “workplace experience” company in the Nordic market together with a major player such as Ingram Micro. As the market is constantly changing and technological development is advancing rapidly, the two companies will work together to reach retailers and end customers in order to make the best use of what the technology promises.
"Ingram Micro is a company that is equipped and adapted to meet the technological development of the future. It feels very exciting to continue to invest together in solutions for the modern workplace", says Daniel Assarson, Nordic sales manager at Humly Solutions AB, about the new collaboration.
Ingram Micro's well-established network among resellers is also of value for Humly Solutions in the face of the expansive investment that is now being made in the Nordic countries and in other markets. Humly has previously internally recruited a Nordic sales manager and a responsible country manager in Finland.