Phase One Raises Funds for Federal IT Modernization Support; Salesforce’s Dave Rey Comments

Phase One Consulting Group has obtained funds of an undisclosed sum that will support the company’s federal business as well as modernization efforts in the federal information technology sector.

Alexandria, Virginia-based Phase One said Thursday that Salesforce‘s corporate investment group Salesforce Ventures serves as one of the consulting firm’s investors.

Dave Rey, executive vice president for Salesforce’s North America public sector segment, said he looks forward to Phase One’s continued delivery of services for federal IT customers.

Phase One has secured all task orders issued to date under the General Services Administration‘s potential $503 million Salesforce Integration and Implementation Support Services government-wide blanket purchase agreement.

Phase One offers strategy, planning design and implementation services for agencies’ cloud applications.

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