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Zoom announced today that our video communications platform is now available on the General Services Administration (GSA) Schedule 70 contract. Zoom, through our relationship with Ingram Micro Inc., is now engaged with Ingram Micro’s subsidiary Promark Technology, Inc., which specializes in distributing IT products and services to the federal government. The Zoom product suite is now available on Promark’s GSA Schedule Contract GS-35F-303DA. As a result, US government agencies are able to streamline their purchase of Zoom through an approved government contract.
GSA Schedules are fast, easy, and effective contracting vehicles for both customers and vendors. The GSA Schedules Program is a conduit for commercial companies to provide access to millions of commercial products and services at discounted pricing to the federal government as well as state and local governments through cooperative purchasing.
Zoom has had a fruitful relationship with Ingram Micro for several years and working with Promark means that we are expanding our relationship with one of the most experienced distributors serving US federal, state, and local government agencies.
“As the leader in modern video communications, Zoom has revolutionized the way global enterprises work,” said Greg Holmes, head of sales for Zoom. “We are excited to take our comprehensive, secure, scalable, and user-friendly solution to the public sector. Our addition to GSA and our relationship with Promark will help us become the leader in video communications for the federal government too, by making it easier than ever for agencies to purchase our services.”
“We are excited to see Zoom bring its innovative video communications services to the US federal government, as well as state and local government agencies,” said Todd Hartung, director at Promark. “Zoom’s powerful platform is a solid and reliable solution for the federal market. Our shared focus on customer success, combined with Promark’s market experience and technology expertise, will help fuel Zoom’s go-to-market strategy in the U.S.”
Those interested in Zoom for Government may contact Rick Drum, federal sales for Zoom, at firstname.lastname@example.org.