Hitachi Vantara Federal to Offer Data Services to Public Sector Under immixGroup’s IT Schedule 70 Contract

Jeff Brody

Hitachi Vantara Federal has partnered with immixGroup to offer hardware, software and end-to-end data services to the public sector through the General Services Administration’s IT Schedule 70 contract vehicle.

Hitachi Vantara Federal said Wednesday the partnership will allow the government to procure information technology products and utilize the company’s training and maintenance services under the vehicle’s 132-8, 132-12, 132-32, 132-33, 132-34 and 132-50 special item numbers.

Additionally, immixGroup’s contract will help further government clients’ purchase options for Hitachi Vantara Federal’s offerings and products.

“We are excited to further expand the accessibility of our products and services through our relationship with immixGroup,” said Lauren McCarty, director of partnerships and marketing at Hitachi Vantara Federal’s business.

The IT firm immixGroup offers enterprise hardware and software products to government agencies and other clients.

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