Dell EMC, Ingram Micro Bring Hardware-As-A-Service In India

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Dell EMC has collaborated with Ingram Micro to launch HaaS (Hardware as a Service) model in India to help accelerate IT adoption among organizations across the country.

Hardware as a service is a procurement model that is similar to leasing and licensing. This effectively helps organizations to shift towards operational expenditure while building out their IT infrastructure from the edge to the data centre.

The joint Go-to-Market (GTM) strategy for both companies relies on Dell EMC’s capabilities in enabling companies to accelerate their IT, Security, and Workforce transformation journeys coupled with Ingram Micro’s reach through 18000 partners.

Dell EMC’s portfolio, the reach of Ingram Micro, paired with payment options of up to four years brings in affordability to companies of all sizes who can now look at a non-capital driven approach as they move through their individual digital transformation journeys on the way to India realizing a $1 trillion digital economy.

Anil Sethi, Vice President, Channels, Dell EMC India said that in collaborating with Ingram Micro, Dell EMC wanted to work with organizations to accelerate their digital transformation journeys to remain competitive in a rapidly evolving global landscape.

K Jaishankar, Country Chief Executive, Ingram Micro, emphasized the significance of the deal by stating that India’s USD 1 trillion dollar opportunity would be shaped not just by the opportunities present in new and evolving forms of technology but also through how well businesses are prepared to take them on through their IT preparedness.

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