|Traded as||NYSE: IM|
|Headquarters||Santa Ana, CA|
|Key people||Dale Laurance, Chairman
Alain Monié, CEO
William Humes, CFO
|Products||Computer hardware, software, services, logistics|
|Revenue||US$ 42.6 billion (2013)|
|Net income||US$ 452.7 million(2012)|
Ingram Micro is an American electronics company and information technology distributor. It is the world's largest wholesale technology products distributor. Ingram Micro distributes and markets a large variety of electronics which it sources from manufacturers such as Acer Inc., Apple, Cisco, Hewlett-Packard ("HP"), IBM, Lenovo, Microsoft, Samsung and others. The company ranks 69th in the 2014 Fortune 500. It is headquartered in Santa Ana, California.
In 1989 Ingram Micro, then called "Ingram Micro-D", was a subsidiary of the privately owned Ingram Industries group, took over the Belgian Softinvest and its three Softeurop subsidiaries active on the Belgian, the French and the Dutch markets from Brussels, Lille and Utrecht. This was Ingram's first foray outside the United States other than a few Ingram Industries subsidiaries. The company embarked on an active merge, acquisitions and foundation strategy in the European market.
In recent years, Ingram Micro built a presence in areas adjacent to its traditional distribution business, including enterprise computing, automatic identification and data capture (AIDC); point-of-sale (POS); managed, professional and warranty maintenance services; mobility; physical security; and consumer electronics.
Other recent ventures include entry into cloud computing, or software-, platform- and infrastructure-as-a-service.
Former U.S. Congressman Chris Lee once worked at Ingram Micro.
In June 2014, Ingram Micro changed their logo and introduced a new tagline: “Ingram Micro helps businesses realize the promise of technology”.
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