Millington, TN (PressExposure) June 14, 2011 -- Unistar-Sparco Computers, Inc., d/b/a Unistar-Sparco Computers, Inc. announced today that they have been awarded the 2011 Federal Partnership Award from Ingram Micro's GovEd Alliance. Unistar-Sparco was chosen for this year's award for their continued dedication to their partnership with Ingram Micro, including participating in GovEd Alliance events and teaming with Ingram Micro on several vendor lines and contract roll-outs. Unistar-Sparco works closely with Ingram Micro to find creative ways to lower project costs and keep management up-to-date on the ever-changing information technology (IT) market.
The GovEd Alliance is a specialized community hosted by Ingram Micro that offers a wide selection of products and services, resources, and access to a peer group with similar business models. The firms that take part in the Alliance are typically Solution Providers who serve entities within the public sector such as federal, state, and local government agencies, as well as educational institutions. The Ingram Micro GovEd Alliance helps its members seize opportunities, increase profitability, build customer loyalty, and compete more effectively.
"I was honored to accept this award from Ingram Micro. We were recognized for our dedication to quality control, error elimination, strong supply chain risk management, fulfillment of a broad range of IT needs, and improvement in logistics management of the orders we deliver to worldwide locations for our government customers," said Soo-Tsong Lim, President of Unistar-Sparco Computers, Inc. "We value our partnership with Ingram Micro. During these challenging economic times, we have increased sales dramatically by focusing on fine tuning the products and services we offer and by providing cutting-edge product lines, energy-efficient technologies, and mobile solutions to better meet the needs of our government customers."
"One of the best real-life examples of our successful partnership with Ingram Micro is our quick response to the urgent IT needs of several agencies following the natural disasters that recently hit the United States," said Eduardo Perez-Glez, General Manager. "During these emergencies, we were able to expedite orders and arrange special deliveries to get offices back up and running as quickly as humanly possible."