Iron Bow to Offer Agencies Zipit Messaging Platform Via 2 GWACs

Smartphone1 EbizIron Bow Technologies and Zipit Wireless have partnered to sell an enterprise-grade messaging tool to federal customers through two governmentwide acquisition contract vehicles.

The Zipit-built Enterprise Critical Messaging Solution will work to help agencies secure data and comply with federal information processing standards, Keith Finley, director of Iron Bow’s veterans affairs and defense healthcare business, said Wednesday.

Iron Bow will offer the platform in the public sector via its information technology contracts on the General Services Administration‘s Schedule program and NASA‘s Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement vehicle.

The messaging technology is powered by Zipit’s cloud-based infrastructure designed to manage communications and is also designed to comply with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act.

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