The company attributes this growth in part to its cloud computing and other information technology contracts with the National Institutes of Health, Defense Department and National Cooperative Purchasing Alliance, DLT Solutions said Tuesday.
“We were able to overcome federal market challenges to continue our growth while also expanding our state and local and higher education footprint,” said Rick Marcotte, DLT Solutions president and CEO.
DLT Solutions has been working with the DoD to help the department implement SolarWinds‘ asset management software and Google‘s cloud-based email platform.
The NCPA contract award is meant to provide municipalities and higher education agencies access to DLT Solutions’ portfolio of cloud and web technologies.
“In the year ahead, we will look to expand our commitment to cloud computing with the introduction of new services that will help our customers identify applicable use cases for cloud computing as well as design, implement and manage solutions that meet their unique needs,” Marcotte added.