The pandemic has revealed more than ever the need for companies to assume the digitization of their businesses. Encouraging social distance means bringing the structure of the company to the homes of the employees or the structure of the educational centers to the homes of the students. Now the wholesaler Ingram Micro and IDC They have come together to accompany companies in their digitization plans.
Digitization is a concept that is talked about a lot, but it is not within the reach of any company if what you want is to be carried out satisfactorily. For this, the best thing is to have advice and a company that recommends the best way forward, and that is where this alliance will offer the best of itself.
Alliance to digitize Spanish companies
The independent consultant IDC Research Spain and the Information Technology wholesaler Ingram Micro They have teamed up to be able to offer Spanish companies a digitization solution. The main objective of this agreement is SMEs and that they can undertake the digitization necessary to be competitive in the fastest and least traumatic way. Both Ingram and IDC want to accompany these companies in the digitization process both from the beginning and until the final consummation of that digitization.
In this journey towards digitization, Spanish companies and SMEs will have all the advice and IDC company since the beginning of the project, which will be fully executed with the participation of Ingram Micro and its partners, defining solutions, implementing them and training companies to always get the most out of new digital processes. By 2021, spending by companies on technology is expected to be 45,293 million euros. The aid for the digitization of Spanish companies is included in the Digital Spain Plan 2025, which will seek to provide more than 1,350,000 Spanish SMEs with the necessary resources to digitize.
2021, a year of change
From IDC they foresee that the year 2021 will be key in digital transformation of Spanish companies. The main objectives of these companies to fully enter the digital world will be to integrate data in the cloud and the promotion of face-to-face and virtual work, creating structures that make work more flexible without compromising the security of the organization. Jorge Gil, General Director of IDC believes that “facing these changes successfully and ensuring investments that represent a real solution to the needs of companies implies, therefore, having a very detailed knowledge not only of the market and what it can offer to each company, but also do it with the right technological partner and be provided with the advice and support necessary to know the order of the steps to take and not get lost along the way when choosing the most appropriate solution “
For its part, from Ingram Micro Iberia, Jaime Soler, Vice President and Country Chief Executive “Our mission is to add value to the channel and help our partners grow their business in a profitable way. We are facing a unique opportunity where we will do our best so that SMEs, through our wide channel, can access the aid that comes from the European Next Generation program. ” Finally, it should be noted that all companies in the training sessions that will be held throughout this year will obtain the AENOR digital seal of attendance.