Carahsoft and Arbola have formed a distribution agreement through which the former will resell the latter’s Salesforce-based enterprise legal management platform across federal, state and local government components.
Under the partnership, Arbola’s LegalStratus platform will be available under Carahsoft’s General Services Administration schedule contract, the latter said Friday.
“The addition of LegalStratus to our Salesforce partner ecosystem will allow us to provide our government customers with a single platform to better manage their entire legal operation,” said Bethany Blackwell, director of Carahsoft’s Salesforce team.
The agreement is expected to help the government streamline the entire legal management process, reduce errors and time spent on data re-entry, increase the visibility and reporting of legal matters, provide secure collaboration and enable mobile access to legal information.
The two companies seek to aid the government in modernizing legacy management systems.