CherryRoad Technologies Inc. announced it has signed a NASPO ValuePoint Participating Addendum with the State of Washington, allowing the State to simplify its entire cloud procurement process. CherryRoad markets its cloud solutions and managed services to state and local governments through NASPO ValuePoint’s Master Agreement awarded by the State of Utah.
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The State of Washington is the fifteenth state government to contract with CherryRoad to address its unique cloud-solution needs. Other states that currently have Participating Addendum’s in place to leverage CherryRoad’s services include: Commonwealth of Virginia; Florida; Hawaii; Illinois; Mississippi; Missouri; Nebraska; Nevada; New Jersey; New Mexico; Oklahoma; South Dakota; Utah; and Vermont. Cloud solutions provided by CherryRoad include Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) – which were developed specifically for state and local governments.
NASPO ValuePoint is regarded as the nation’s most significant public contract cooperative due to its unparalleled value for members as well as contractors, competitive pricing, and superior terms and conditions. NASPO ValuePoint Cloud Solutions Master Agreements are only awarded through a competitive RFP to a limited number of cloud solution providers whose offerings meet stringent security and data protection requirements.
“The signing of a Participating Addendum with CherryRoad ensures that the State of Washington will receive best-in-class IT solutions that offer flexibility and significant cost-savings,” said Chris Tilden, Director – Strategic Alliances, of CherryRoad Technologies. “As a leading technology provider for the public sector, we deliver scalable cloud services that the state and its entities can leverage to achieve increased efficiencies and innovations.”
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