NJVC, Spiramid to Offer Agencies Health Data Software; Jody Tedesco Comments

NJVC and software firm Spiramid are partnering to offer government and commercial customers Spiramid’s software for managing environment, health and safety data.

NJVC said it will act as the preferred distributor of the SHE-MIS software, which federal agencies and Fortune 500 firms to collect and store confidential EHS data.

Through the partnership, Spiramid will aim to establish a presence in the U.S. government market and expand its footprint in the energy and healthcare segments, NJVC President Jody Tedesco said in a release.

“Spiramid clients require a hyper-secure data center, given the sensitivity of the environment, health and safety information the company houses for them,” said David Risi, a Spiramid principal.

He added the company will store customers’ information in NJVC’s Richmond, Va.-based data center.

Customers will received data center hosting and manged services as well as support for marketing, sales tools and engineering.

This is NJVC’s second strategic partnership through its software-as-a-service accelerate program, the company said.

Lynn DeCourcey, NJVC vice president and general manager for cybersecurity, told ExecutiveBiz in April of how the company reaches out to new and potential customers and partners as part of expansion efforts (click here for her full comments).

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