VIENNA, Va.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Armedia LLC, an award-winning provider of information technology services to the federal government, has been named Alfresco’s 2015 Federal Partner of the Year.
This marks the third year in a row that Armedia has been named Alfresco’s Federal Partner of the Year. This award was chosen based on Armedia’s proven capability to deliver Alfresco-based services to federal clients in an effort to increase the efficiency of their mission-critical document management requirements.
“We are very pleased to have Armedia as Alfresco’s Federal Partner of the Year for the third consecutive year,” said Austin Adams, Vice President of Public Sector for Alfresco. “Armedia’s continued success in delivering Alfresco-based solutions to federal clients is a benchmark for the service and support quality that has enabled Alfresco to continue to expand within the public sector.”
This success can be attributed to Armedia’s proven ability to successfully deliver information technology solutions to clients across the federal government. This success extends across the entire Alfresco product stack, including: document management, case management, records management, collaboration and mobile solutions.
“We are very proud to once again be named Alfresco’s Federal Partner of the Year,” said President of Armedia, James Bailey. “We have seen the unlimited potential value that Alfresco can provide to federal entities, through both the robust nature of the platform and the open-source flexibility. The world-class Alfresco platform possesses the quality that we look to deliver to our clients. Our continued success in delivering Alfresco-based projects is surely a testament to this quality as well.”
Armedia has been an active member of the Alfresco community since 2009 and a Platinum Partner since 2012. During this partnership, Armedia and Alfresco have partnered to deliver numerous solutions to federal clients, including: US Department of Housing and Urban Development, US Department of Agriculture, US Food and Drug Administration, and US Office of Personnel Management.