ID Technologies-Geta Partnership Looks to Offer Mission-Focused Techs to DoD

ID Technologies has partnered with Getac, manufacturer of rugged laptops and tablets, to offer the Department of Defense mission-focused, secure technologies for the military.

The partnership will leverage Getac’s relationship with DoD to provide technologies designed to meet the requirements of the agency’s missions, ID Technologies President Chris Oliver said in a statement Thursday.

“The partnership between ID Technologies and Getac highlights what our two companies are all about, providing our customers the best solutions and overall value for their mission critical objectives,” said Dante Conrad, director of federal sales at Getac.

ID Technologies develops and integrates technologies for government customers in the areas of intelligence, civilian and federal services.

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