Washington D.C., June 23 2009 - Vordel, the XML networking management company has partnered with NikSoft Systems Corporation an data and Technology integrator and enterprise architecture solutions provider for government agencies and private enterprises. As part of the agreement, NikSoft Systems Corp. is authorized to resell Vordel products on its GSA schedule Contract # GS-35F-0125, which allows government agencies to efficiently purchase the products at reduced rates. Vordel and NikSoft Systems’ offer the Federal Government a range of eGovernment solutions including Portals and SOA shield Solutions that address homeland and cyber safety measure mandates while protecting data on eGovernment portals and Web Services.
XML Gateways are vital to the success of eGovernment safety measure initiatives. These gateways allow for the quick and seamless exchange of critical data and offer governments a way to protect and control how data is accessed. Governments plus use XML to link their systems together, and to secure government portals used by private citizens, businesses and internal government departments.
“Vordel is very pleased to partner with a respected company such as NikSoft Systems,” said Greg Hudson, President of Vordel, North America. “Both NikSoft Systems and Vordel have solid track records in servicing the needs of government agencies. that partnership further demonstrates our commitment to offer government agencies best-of-breed protection technologies to maintain homeland defense mandates while actively protecting private and sensitive info.”
“We expect by participating in NikSoft’s GSA Schedule, to greatly facilitate Vordel’s ability to finalize contracts for protection solutions to US government agencies in addition to state government agencies and local municipalities”. Our partnership with NikSoft will plus help to further implement our North American channel strategy by providing our government customers with quicker and easier access to Vordel’s XML networking and protection products and solutions expertise,” added Hudson.
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