10 Fast Facts About Ingram Micro Mobility

By Gina Roos  |  Posted 2015-01-26 Email

As managing mobile ecosystems became a bigger part of the IT initiative over the past few years, Ingram Micro rebranded its mobility business in February 2013 to put a greater focus on supporting mobile initiatives, including integrated mobile offerings and end-to-end services for the lifecycle of mobile devices. The new business unit combined the global IT distributor's existing mobile group with BrightPoint, a provider of device lifecycle services, which Ingram acquired in 2012. Today, Ingram Micro Mobility tests, prepares, warehouses and manages mobile kits for some of the largest automated retail companies and kiosk operators across a variety of verticals, including health care, retail, energy, industrial, security and public safety, and IT. The company's device lifecycle services range from warehousing, order fulfillment and credit management to end-user fulfillment and reverse logistics, including repair, refurbishment and recycling services. Here are 10 fast facts about the supply chain services company's mobility initiates.


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