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Inkscreen Collaborates with Vertosoft to Provide the US Government with the Industry's Most Secure Mobile Camera App

Inkscreen | April 15, 2021

Inkscreen, specialists in secure substance catch for government and venture clients, declared today that the organization has consented to a vital affiliate arrangement with Vertosoft, the main provider of creative advances and administrations to the United States government.

Under the understanding, Vertosoft will offer Inkscreen's CAPTOR™ versatile camera application to administrative, state, and neighborhood government offices to help their representatives secure business photographs and other work content caught on their gadgets. CAPTOR consolidates the usefulness of a camera, archive scanner, video recorder, sound recorder, QR Code peruser, and annotator in a solitary application.

"Government representatives are progressively utilizing their cell phones for both work and individual assignments, particularly as numerous representatives presently telecommute, and this makes an enormous security hazard," said Jay Colavita, Founder and President of Vertosoft. "We're satisfied to work with Inkscreen to offer the business' driving portable camera application to help keep our administration's information and pictures secure."

As an essential accomplice, Vertosoft gives smoothed-out admittance to immediate and backhanded agreement vehicles at all administration levels, including the GSA Schedule, Texas DIR, TIPS, Army CHESS, and CMAS.

As indicated by Josh Bohls, CEO of Inkscreen, "Vertosoft brings a one of a kind comprehension of the mechanical and budgetary difficulties that administration organizations face, just as inside and out experience with all periods of the public authority obtaining cycle. We're excited to invite Vertosoft as a channel accomplice and anticipate extending our government business together."

About CAPTOR

Inkscreen originally acquainted CAPTOR™ in 2014 with empower the safe catch and the executives of delicate, business-related substance from workers' cell phones. The Company is focused on addressing the necessities of Federal office authorities and government purchasers and effectively finished the Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT™) testing to guarantee similarity and consistence with the Revised 508 Standards for IT openness. CAPTOR has been perceived by a portion of the business' most lofty honor programs, including champ of the 2021 Inaugural CyberSecured Award for Best Enterprise Mobile Application and victor of the 2021 Cybersecurity Excellence Gold Awards for best Government Industry Solution and Best Mobile Application Security, just as the Silver Award victor for Best Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) classification.

Intended to be conveyed and overseen by a venture portability the executives (EMM) stage, CAPTOR is accessible through Vertosoft and supports stages like MobileIron, VMware WorkSpace ONE (AirWatch), Microsoft InTune, and AppTec360.

About Vertosoft

Set up in 2016, Vertosoft speeds up the appropriation of imaginative and arising innovation inside the public authority. We bring the adaptability, spryness, and responsiveness of a small organization with the experience of a huge association. With our unmistakable spotlight on arising innovation development in government, Vertosoft is particularly situated to lessen intricacy and give adaptable, cloud-prepared innovation arrangements that empower government organizations to convey more brilliant, customer driven computerized changes.

About Inkscreen

Inkscreen was established in 2012 to give undertaking prepared versatile applications to oversee and control delicate substance caught on cell phones. Organization originators have broad foundations in big business versatility, Fortune 500 IT counseling, and ERP programming.

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