|[April 23, 2012]
eVerge Group Approved as Federal General Services Administration (GSA) IT Schedule 70 Contractor
PLANO, Texas --(Business Wire)--
eVerge Group is pleased to announce that it has been approved by the GSA (News - Alert)
for the IT Schedule 70 contract. This designation allows eVerge Group
access to bid on software implementation opportunities within the
federal government. It also allows eVerge Group to be considered for
state and local government contracts that procure from Schedule 70.
eVerge Group is in the process of uploading its service and rate
schedules to the GSA Advantage® website where federal entities search
for services and service providers.
eVerge Group considers the approval to be an important achievement that
presents the company with significant growth opportunities. According to
eVerge Group president, Esteban Neely, "Given our 20-year history of
delvering successful software implementations for both commercial and
local government clients, we feel we are in an excellent position to
extend our expertise to federal government projects." In order to pursue
and deliver on these additional opportunities, the company is building a
federal Contracts division to be staffed with sales and sales support
According to the GSA website, "A GSA Contract is a powerful calling card
even if a government agency does not buy from GSA Schedules. Having a
GSA Schedule Contract means that the government 'certifies' your
company, including its financial system, expertise and past performance."
About eVerge Group
Founded in 1993, eVerge Group is a leading integrator of business
applications software, focused on delivering Enterprise Resource
Planning (ERP), Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Business
Intelligence (BI), Master Data Management (MDM) and Enterprise
Performance Management (EPM) solutions. eVerge Group is an Oracle (News - Alert)
Platinum Partner that implements software solutions in leading
organizations throughout the Americas. For more information on eVerge
Group, visit www.evergegroup.com.
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