Posted by: Lynn Haber
Cisco Systems, federal, government, public sector
U.S. public-sector partners that align with Ingram Micro now have access to Cisco’s entire portfolio of technology products and solutions with the announcement today that Ingram Micro has added gained access to Cisco’s General Services Administration (GSA) schedule.
The expansion of its Cisco partnership, announced today at the 2013 Ingram Micro Federal Summit in National Harbor, Md., adds to Ingram Micro’s GSA Schedules program, which includes offerings from hundreds of other leading hardware, networking, security, software, systems and storage vendors, according to the distributor.
Ingram Micro gained access to the U.S. General Services Administration’s GSA Schedules program with the acquisition in 2012 of distributor Promark Technology. The GSA Schedules program establishes long-term, government-wide contracts with commercial firms to provide federal agencies with access to commercial supplies and services.
Besides Ingram Micro, there are two other Cisco GSA Schedule holders: Westcon Group and ECAmerica.
Ingram Micro and Promark, now a subsidiary of Ingram Micro, offer a team of field-based sales, technical and credit support personnel, as well as marketing specialists.