Headquartered in Greenville, SC, NETXUSA has about 1,200 customers across the US, generates roughly $125 million in annual revenue, and maintains a partner base heavily tilted towards resellers of telecommunications gear and services. Purchasing the company helps Santa Ana, Calif.-based Ingram Micro deepen its in-house expertise in a fast-growing market and fill out its vendor roster, especially in voice services and conferencing. Digium Inc., Edgewater Networks Inc., Polycom Inc., and Yealink Inc. are among the new vendors Ingram Micro resellers will now have access to as a result of this acquisition, which officially closed yesterday.
Rick Boone, NETXUSA CEO said, “We are excited to join Ingram Micro and expect our customer and vendor partners to benefit from access to a broader product and services portfolio, greater geographic reach, global partnership opportunities and access to new solutions, such as value-added lifecycle services and a world-class supply chain. Our associates will have new opportunities as part of a larger organization and I am confident that we will be able to accelerate growth and profitability as a part of the Ingram Micro family.”
“NETXUSA has been a longstanding partner of Polycom’s from the initial days of building our collaboration business,” said Chris Jones, President, Polycom Americas. “We look forward to continuing our partnership and success with NETXUSA, in addition to expanding our business with Ingram Micro to make the workplace of the future a reality for our customers.”
Today’s purchase comes just over one month after Ingram Micro itself was acquired by Chinese shipping company Tianjin Tianhai Investment Co. Ltd., in a deal valued at $6 billion.