BlueAlly | February 03, 2023
On February 02, 2023, a source capital portfolio company that delivers everything from hardware and software BlueAlly, announced it has acquired n2grate Government Technology Solutions; with specialist expertise, it provides service and offers IT solutions to its customers.
BlueAlly and n2grate’s combined entity will help expand BlueAlly’s access to federal customers who can now benefit from an expansive suite of managed and professional services.
n2grate has a wide range of end-to-end solutions that are best for large businesses and the government. The team has specialized knowledge and is set up to provide IT solutions that meet the IT needs of regulated industries and federal clients. In addition, the n2grate team knows a lot about networking, security, and infrastructure.
George Barkley, CEO of BlueAlly, said, "the acquisition of n2grate provides strategic diversification to BlueAlly's core business while accelerating our maturation as a preferred national solution provider. Several of our core vendor alliances are immediately strengthened, ultimately helping us serve our clients more comprehensively." He also said, "We are excited to welcome a team of focused professionals with deep understanding of the federal space, and I have great confidence in the success of our combined efforts."
Founded in 1999, BlueAlly helps clients optimize, scale, and manage IT capacity to achieve the company's business goals. The company is headquartered in Cary, North Carolina, with 700+ global engagements delivered successfully. It tops in providing Managed Services, Consulting Solutions, and Converged Infrastructure. In addition, the services of BlueAlly include Infrastructure Assessment and Advisory Services, managed services, Data Center Solutions and network and security solutions.
Carahsoft | March 01, 2023
On February 28, 2023, Carahsoft Technology Corp., the Government IT solutions provider and one of the global leaders in Execution Management and Process Mining, Celonis, announced the federal, state, and local governments of the United States can now access the Celonis Execution Management System (EMS) with the help of Carahsoft.
Public and private sector organizations’ processes function on many IT systems, including supply chain management (SCM), customer relationship management (CRM), and enterprise resource planning (ERP), which run in silos. The Celonis EMS is designed to identify and eliminate these process inefficiencies by freeing up resources and radically enhancing overall performance. It combines data across present systems and offers a real-time scanning of an organization’s business process. It reveals inefficiencies and calculates their impact on performance precisely. It then automatically resolves the issue or guides teams to do so.
With Carahsoft, the General Services Administration Schedule extended Celonis’ availability to Federal, Local and State Governments. As a result, the Celonis EMS is currently operational in key government departments and processes, from the transformation of finance, procurement, and administration to the change of mission-focused employee and citizen services. The citizen benefits and key agency includes improved efficiency and optimization of modernization and system transformation investments through visibility across siloed technology stacks and departments, end-to-end agency process transparency and checking if they meet KPI to improve efficiency and effectiveness and process simplification improves performance cost savings, operational efficiency, workforce productivity, and better customer experience.
Founded in 2004, a trusted government IT solutions provider, Carahsoft, integrates technological expertise with government procurement process understanding to help public sector organizations select and implement the solution. It is the largest government partner and the master government aggregator for a number of its best-of-breed vendors. In addition, it drives value for an extensive ecosystem of IT manufacturers, system integrators, resellers, and consulting partners. The company is based in Reston, Virginia, and its dedicated solutions teams support proactive sales, delivery of strategic solutions and marketing to help improve the productivity and efficiency of government IT.
Relativity | February 21, 2023
Relativity and Deloitte have recently announced that U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, EPA, has deployed the FedRAMP-authorized SaaS platform of Relativity called RelativityOne Government, as a cloud-based solution for Freedom of Information Act, FOIA, requests.
Relativity, a technological solutions provider for the legal sector, with Deloitte's litigation support and e-discovery services, helps the agency migrate to the RelativityOne Government platform. This migration will offer solutions related to flexibility, security, and extensibility of the cloud-driven data discovery product to the EPA, with the support of artificial intelligence.
The EPA has to process huge volumes of FOIA requests every year. This solution would assist EPA with the volume of FOIA requests, accelerating the processing speed and flexibility. It will handle litigation and investigation of the requests' varying sizes accurately without any tension of cybersecurity. It creates a repeatable and consistent approach to the problem, offering cost-effective, secure, and efficient output in the agency's processes.
Managing Director of Government Sales at Relativity, Doug Cowan, said, "Our advanced AI capabilities empower teams at the EPA to spend less time combing through mountains of data and more time collaborating and gleaning insights from analytics." He added, "The EPA is able to use the information to guide courses of action for their litigation matters or FOIA requests, which is additive to the litigation and e-discovery matters in which they were already leveraging RelativityOne Government. We look forward to seeing what the EPA will accomplish with a platform built exclusively for the cloud, and hope that it encourages other U.S. government agencies that are contemplating the use of SaaS solutions for their e-discovery work."
(Source - Cision PR Newswire)
Headquartered in Chicago, Relativity, a software development company, offers solutions for legal technology, e-discovery, litigation support, software engineering and information governance. It helps users to detect and resolve problems and organize data. Its proprietary SaaS product, RelativityOne, manages massive data and recognizes key issues during internal investigations and litigation. It serves legal, financial and Government services like the U.S. Department of Justice and 198 of the Am Law 200 worldwide. Its products are RelativityOne, RelativityOne Government, Relativity Legal Hold, Relativity Patents, Text IQ, and Relativity App Hub.