NETPATIBLES Launches Industry's First WYSIWIB Fiber Cable Configurator
COSTA MESA, CA: NETPATIBLES, the advanced networking division of Sourcing Solutions LLC, a provider of alternative technology solutions for enterprise and data center customers, has announced a new online tool designed for Ingram Micro Inc. channel partners to make it easy to buy fiber optic cables for their customers.
NETPATIBLES has introduced the carrier grade fiber optics for high-quality network needs. The other available tools in the market are limited to filtering existing cable configurations whereas NETPATIBLES configurator allows the customers to exactly specify the cable they need. Ingram Micro is the first and only distributor to carry NETPATIBLES.
“Our configurator revolutionizes the fiber cable industry,” said Mike Rubin, CEO, Sourcing Solutions LLC. “It completely takes the guess work and complexity out of ordering the exact cable customers need. Just as WYSIWYG transformed the word processing industry, our WYSIWIB configurator will forever change the way fiber optic cables are ordered.”
“The new NETPATIBLES configurator is going to change the game for anyone that needs to buy fiber optic cables,” said Scott Lopez, Director of Sales, NETPATIBLES. “In early trials our customers giving the tool rave reviews and tell us they will never use another solution to configure and order the cables they need.”
The WYSIWIB capabilities permit the buyers to configure and customize the exact cable needed and save them from tedious task of filtering through thousands of options to zero in on the closest choice. Eventually, the buyers gain an exact photo of what will be built as well as price and availability information.
“We’re pleased to be the distributor of choice for NETPATIBLES and provide our channel partners with an exclusive tool that expands our portfolio of customizable network accessories,” said Mike Erwin, senior director, commercial markets, Ingram Micro. “NETPATIBLES’ new search tool makes it easier for our channel partners to quickly and accurately configure and order cables customized to the needs of their customers.”
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