IT technology & solution provider: Synnex (SNX) (1980)

SYNNEX Corporation (NYSE:SNX) was founded in 1980, formerly known as SYNNEX Information Technologies, Inc., changed its current name in October 2003, and is headquartered in Fremont, California, USA , With 105,000 full-time employees, is a company that provides business process services for distributors, retailers, equipment manufacturers, etc. in the United States, Japan and other countries.

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SYNNEX Corporation, founded by Bob Huang in 1980, is currently the world’s leading provider of business process services, providing OEMs, software vendors and distributors around the world with some Comprehensive services, including outsourcing services in IT distribution, order integration, logistics management, and business process outsourcing (BPO, Business Process Outsourcing).

SYNNEX Corporation is a subsidiary of Mitac (2315.TW), a listed company in Taiwan. It is a world-leading IT technology supply chain service and solution provider, providing customers with corporate business solutions and services Targets include global OEM factories, software distribution companies, resellers, etc. Its customers include HP , IBM , Intel , Lenovo, Microsoft, etc.

SYNNEX focuses on product lines including IT systems, peripherals, system accessories, branded software, network equipment, etc. in the United States, Canada, and Mexico.

SYNNEX established its first representative office in China in 1999. Since then, SYNNEX has successively established Beijing SYNNEX China, which is the China headquarters, and SYNNEX Chengdu, Established in 2006), Beijing Synnex Information Technology Co., Ltd. (SYNNEX Beijing, established in 2010), and has set up a number of technical support and service organizations in Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenyang, Wuhan and other places. At present, SYNNEX has more than 1,000 employees in China, forming a nationwide business, service, and business development network.

The company obtained the distribution rights of 3D Systems (DDD) in June 2013 and can sell the company’s 3D printers in the United States and Canada. Mitac has indirectly become a 3D printing concept stock. In September 2013, it acquired IBM’s global customer service business Concentrix for US$505 million. Concentrix will become an outsourced corporate partner of IBM’s global customer service business process.

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