Carahsoft, Skuid Partner to Offer App Dev’t Platform Across Public Sector

Carahsoft Technology has agreed to distribute Skuid's application development platform across the public sector through a NASA contract vehicle and two cooperative purchasing contracts.

Skuid-made technology will be available to government agencies via the Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement V contract and two other acquisition veicles managed by the National Association of State Procurement Officials and the National Cooperative Purchasing Alliance, Carahsoft said Wednesday.

The offering is designed to help users develop web, mobile and voice-enabled management apps without requiring the use of codes for development projects. Its use cases include enterprise resource planning and human capital and customer relationship management tools.

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