Ingram Marries Consumer Electronics with IT

April, Carolyn
January 2010
Channel Insider;1/7/2010, p1
The article reports on the integration of information technology (IT) and consumer electronic products by Ingram Micro Inc. which are distributed by DBL Distributing LLC in the U.S. According to John Soumbasakis, senior vice president of strategic divisions at Ingram, the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system will integrate both IT and consumer electronic products into a single distribution point. It states that the business will be renamed as Ingram Micro Consumer Electronics Division.


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