Smartronix $2.5B GSA Cloud Email Team Includes Terremark, Verizon; Susie Adams Comments

Susie Adams

Smartronix‘s team to provide government agencies cloud computing-based email services under a $2.5 billion General Services Administration blanket purchase agreement includes Terremark and Verizon.

Smartronix said in a release the team also includes two other companies certified to provide agencies with Microsoft products, as Microsoft technology will be a central offering from the team.

Synteractive was the 2010 Microsoft Federal Partner of the Year and 2011 Finalist for Microsoft Worldwide Partner of the Year in portals and collaboration, while Jorge delivers enterprise Microsoft products to the U.S. Marine Corps‘ network operations security center.

Susie Adams, federal chief technology officer at Microsoft, said in a release the Smartronix-led team includes Microsoft Gold Partners that deliver Microsoft’s technologies on an enterprise level.

The team chose the Microsoft platform to deliver cloud email to federal, state, local and tribal government entities, Adams added.

Other services included under the BPA include electronic records management, cloud-based office automation, migration and integration.

As a Microsoft Gold Partner, Smartronix provides agencies Microsoft Exchange, SharePoint and Office 365.

Smartronix helped re-design both Recovery.gov and Treasury.gov and placed them in a public cloud environment, saying these were the first agency websites to move to a public cloud.

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