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By | Drew Cullen 21st March 2006 19:24

Ingram Micro gets into people trafficking

A distie's got to do what a distie's got to do

Ingram Micro is setting up an recruitment and temping agency for channel customers in its US homeland.

And why not? Margins on people are better than on hard drives, and the mean time before failure is much greater, typically. Also, US employment law should also mean lower returns than for just about any kit you could think of.

So, cheap jokes over (and when did you last hear an expensive one): Ingram's new arm is called IT Staffing Solutions. The pitch is here. ®

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