Carahsoft to Sell BackOffice Associates Services on GSA Schedule; Patrick Gallagher Comments

Carahsoft_logoCarahsoft Technology has added BackOffice Associates LLC‘s data quality services to its GSA schedule contract for purchase by public sector agencies.

BackOffice Associates’ Business-Ready Data Every Day system intends to help to government customers to help organizations migrate and manage information, BackOffice said Friday.

Patrick Gallagher, Carahsoft vice president of SAP and business applications solutions, said BackOffice Associates provides technologies to agencies that aim t help them meet federal requirements for data quality and accuracy.

“We are delighted to be partnering with Carahsoft to provide comprehensive data quality services to organizations in the public sector,” said David Booth, BackOffice Associates president and CEO.

Booth added that Carahsoft would serve as master government aggregator for BackOffice by using its portfolios in government sales, marketing and contracting.

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