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Shure’s Stem Ecosystem to be part of Ingram Micro’s distribution portfolio

Shure, an audio manufacturer, and Ingram Micro have announced a new strategic relationship aimed at enhancing Unified Communications (UC) solutions across the UK, Germany, Spain, and Poland.

The alliance will focus on distributing Shure’s Stem Ecosystem. The Stem Ecosystem is suitable for situations that require straightforward, deployable audio solutions for daily conferencing needs.

Bob Farahar, Senior Market Development Manager, UC and IT Channels, Western Europe at Shure said, "developing a closer business relationship with IT channels is a key priority for Shure. Ingram Micro not only has a strong relationship in the IT sector but also deep expertise and knowledge. We believe Stem Ecosystem will be a valuable addition to Ingram Micro’s portfolio while helping Shure reach new markets.”

The relationship will help Ingram Micro's vision to offer an end-to-end solution for any meeting or training room requirement.

Richard Tricklebank, Global Partner Engagement, EMEA, Unified Communications & Collaboration, Ingram Micro added, "We are thrilled to include Shure in our product portfolio. As workspaces evolve and the need for high-quality, reliable audio becomes increasingly important, Shure’s cutting-edge technology will offer a total solution for our reseller customers.”

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