Autonomic Resources, IBM Sign Contract to Deliver As-a-Service Models to Gov't Customers

Autonomic Resources has today signed a contract agreement with IBM to create SaaS enablement of IBM’s software assets. The firm worked diligently with IBM to leverage its GSA IaaS ARC-P cloud to allow government customers access to technologies in an as-service model.

“IBM has indicated it is looking for channel partners that can deliver more for the customer. The ability to SaaS enable IBM assets is a key differentiator that Autonomic brought to the table,” stated John Keese, president of Autonomic Resources.

“We understand the security requirements, hold the correct contracts, and have the proper cloud platform to delivery this for IBM and their customers. We are quicker and more nimble, and it is why we are first to our market with these offerings,” he added.

Autonomic plans to SaaS enable a number of the products some and will not limited to IBM products only.

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