Joe Ayers: HP Eyes Support for Gov’t IT Investments via Promark GSA Schedule

Joe Ayers
Joe Ayers

Ingram Micro‘s Promark Technology subsidiary has added HP‘s enterprise business in its GSA Schedule contract to provide public-sector customers with converged systems and infrastructure, networking and servers from HP.

The addition of HP Enterprise Group further expands Promark’s GSA Schedule portfolio, which also included HP’s printer and systems business in 2014, Ingram Micro said Monday.

“Today, government corporations face ever-increasing operational and mission-critical demands in an environment of limited budgets,” said Joe Ayers, vice president and general manager of HP’s federal enterprise group and an inductee into Executive Mosaic‘s Wash100 for 2015.

Ayers added that the partnership aims to provide products and services that support the IT investments of federal customers.

Kirk Robinson, senior vice president for commercial and global markets at Ingram Micro, also said, “We’re pleased to expand our relationship with HP and bring even greater choice to our public sector channel partners when it comes to advanced solutions and services.”

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