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ZoomInfo Announces Availability of DaaS Platform on Winvale’s GSA Contract
ZoomInfo, a data and intelligence solutions provider, announced that its services are now available to government customers through Winvale’s General Services Administration Schedules contract.
Winvale is a contracts consultancy company that offers channel distribution services to companies pursuing government contracts.
Federal, state and local government agencies use the long-term GSA Schedules program to procure products and services in more than 11 million categories, ZoomInfo said.
ZoomInfo said that it offers subscriptions to a data-as-a-service offering, designed to provide constantly refreshed intelligence products to government clients.
The platform’s availability on Winvale’s GSA Schedules contract allows ZoomInfo to sell its services in a way that the majority of its competitors cannot, the software company said.
ZoomInfo added that it has worked with the GSA to establish pricing, terms and conditions, allowing other agencies to skip lengthy negotiations and streamline their transactions.
According to the GSA website, all offerings under the agency’s Schedules program have been deemed to have fair and reasonable pricing.
Henry Schuck, founder and CEO of ZoomInfo, said that the company’s technology has demonstrated its ability to help private-sector users understand their customers.
Schuck added that he expects agencies to take advantage of ZoomInfo’s offerings amid the public sector’s increasing reliance on DaaS solutions.
Jeff Vitonne, president of Winvale, said that ZoomInfo’s offering is ideal for agencies seeking to reduce the risk in their acquisition lifecycle.
Category: Digital Modernization
Tags: DAAS digital modernization General Services Administration Herny Schuck Jeff Vitone Winvale ZoomInfo