Amtel has entered into an agreement with Ingram Micro Mobility to distribute its MDM and telecom expanse management products to European channel customers, in the company's latest bid to expand its product portfolio to a global audience.
The distribution agreement will bring Amtel’s MDM and telecom management lineup to a much broader European market, allowing the company to utilize Ingram Micro Mobility’s influence within the channel and reduce overall risks and reduced costs for a wider expanse of customers, according to the press release. Amtel CEO and chief architect Pankaj Gutpa said the distribution deal with Ingram Micro Mobility would allow the company access to the valuable U.K. channel.
“Having the full support from Ingram Micro Mobility with dedicated teams across the region for Amtel’s robust and cost-effective solution for MDM and expense control, customers in these regions are able to profit from the explosive growth in the enterprise mobility market which is fueled by the BYOD trends in the work place,” said Gupta.
Amtel entered into a similar distribution agreement with Malaysia based SYNDES Technologies last month to bring its line of products to Southeast Asia. Previously, the company signed a distribution agreement with VAR Dynamics in January, in a bid to expand the MDM platform provider’s influence with MSPs and system integrators. This latest agreement will bring Amtel’s portfolio to a global audience, successfully giving the company an entrance into almost every major market within the channel.
“Many of our resellers ask for integrated mobile device management and telecom expense management solutions and that’s what Amtel brings. The cloud-based solution delivers mobile device security, control over mobile applications and expense management from a unified web-based console,” said Marios Ktisti, senior manager, Companion Products, Software and Services, Ingram Micro Mobility Europe, in a statement. “We regard Amtel as a comprehensive, intuitive and cost-effective value proposition for our customers and their enterprise customers.”