The Healthcare Partner network is designed to connect solution providers in the U.S. with opportunities in the channel. VARs and MSPs already in Ingram’s Services Network may join for free.
Channel giant†Ingram Micro Inc.†has launched a new channel partner program, called the Healthcare Partner network. Ingram says its new channel network is “dedicated to meeting the IT business needs of the U.S. healthcare market.”
The Ingram Micro Healthcare Partner Network, according to Ingram Micro, is designed to make it easier for Ingram and its vendors to quickly identify “the go-to healthcare experts within Ingram Micro’s partner base and engage them on new business, services, and partnership opportunities faster and more efficiently.”
“Healthcare is a complex and rewarding marketplace that calls for targeted resources, IT solutions, services and specialization that channel partners just can’t get from any distributor,” says Michael Humke, Ingram Micro’s senior director of vertical markets. He adds, “Ingram Micro’s new Healthcare Partner Network brings together the people, technology, solutions, and services needed to effectively collaborate, market, sell to, and support the IT business needs of U.S.-based healthcare organizations.”
Membership in this partner network is reserved for qualified Ingram Micro solution providers in the U.S. who have an active, experienced healthcare practice. Annual membership fees will be waived for solution providers and MSPs who are already part of the†Ingram Micro Services Network†(IMSN). Solution providers and MSPs who are not active within the IMSN and qualify to join the Ingram Micro Healthcare Partner Network will pay an annual membership fee of $300.†