Under this new agreement, Ingram will gain the rights to distribute Monexa’s billing products across North America. Additionally, it will enable Ingram to make use of Monexa’s products to provide its channel partners with usage and subscription-based pricing solutions.
“Ingram Micro is pleased to become a Monexa Channel Partner and offer its industry leading enterprise cloud billing solution to our channel partners throughout North America,” said Jason Bystrak, senior director of Cloud for Ingram Micro in a press release. “Using Monexa, channel partners can differentiate their cloud-based services through personalized pricing and bundling for customers, in addition to accelerating their business agility and velocity through flexible, usage-based pricing models.”
The deal will also allow Ingram to optimize Monexa’s products for a better customer experience while increasing efficiency and reducing operational costs.
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