Getac hires Ingram Micro to push rugged tablets

Cloud Distribution

Growing demand in warehousing, transport and logistics and field force automation

Getac has brought in Ingram Micro to distribute its range of rugged tablet devices across Western Europe.

As a result of the partnership, Getac will gain access to Ingram Micro’s network of some 90,000 resellers and benefit from its dedicated specialist teams across Europe.

Getac Becrypt ruggedised tabletThe partnership will help to meet growing demand for fully rugged devices in mobile markets, such as warehousing, transport and logistics, retail and hospitality, healthcare and field force automation. The partnership will also help grow Getac’s brand and existing channel community.

Ingram will distribute Getac’s fully rugged tablet range – including the RX10, T800, F110, Z710 and V110 models – all offering 3D antennas for connectivity and Lumibond screen technology for visibility in low or bright light conditions, as well as meeting industry standards for rugged devices and security.

Mark Cheetham, EMEA director DC/POS at Ingram Micro, said: “Getac rugged tablets are recognised for their reliability, security and durability and are a valuable addition to our portfolio. Getac takes a hands-on approach to its reseller partnerships, engaging on key sales with both partners and customers alike.”

Partnering with Ingram Micro and its core specialist resellers expands our channel community and opens up new market opportunities,” said Paul Waddilove, channel director EMEA, Getac. “We’re excited about the partnership and see this as a first step towards a broader relationship.”


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