Jan.22, 2014

Ingram Micro Inc. , the world's largest wholesale technology distributor, today announced its U.S. Document Imaging business unit (BU) is now marketing, selling and supporting 3D printers. Among the first 3D printer vendors to market with Ingram Micro are 3D Systems and MakerBot.

Ingram Micro expects this new product portfolio will help drive new sales opportunities. "Document imaging solutions -- and in particular 3D printers -- represent a growing and widely untapped sales and service opportunity for our channel partners who sell into vertical markets such as education and retail, as well those targeting the needs of SMBs," says Ryan Grant, senior director document imaging and managed print, Ingram Micro U.S. "What's more is that 3D printers complement a variety of specialized software applications that are utilized in the design space, and offer channel partners a differentiated sales and ongoing service opportunity that many don't realize is available to them."

Ingram Micro's 3D printer portfolio is founded in the sub-$5,000 3D printer category and includes two flagship offerings -- 3D Systems Cube and the MakerBot Replicator 2 Desktop 3D Printer. Additional products and vendors will be announced in 2014.

To further accelerate success, Ingram Micro has aligned its 3D printer business with select verticals including consumer, education, healthcare, retail, manufacturing and design. The move is expected to generate greater awareness for Ingram Micro's 3D printer vendors and the market opportunity overall.

Posted in 3D Printing Company



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