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From Carahsoft & Our Partners
Reston, VA – July 10, 2012 – Carahsoft Technology Corp., the trusted government IT solutions provider, and Digital Reasoning, the leader in unstructured data analytics at scale, today announced a partnership to extend Digital Reasoning’s presence in government market. Under the agreement, Carahsoft has added Digital Reasoning’s flagship product Synthesys® to its GSA schedule and will provide proactive sales and marketing support to drive demand for the product within the government market.
“Digital Reasoning provides an innovative approach to tackling the challenge of big data analytics. Over the past decade its software has been used in government agencies to uncover security threats and enable intelligence analysts to find and act on critical relationships in big data,” said Michael Shrader, vice president of Intelligence and Innovative Solutions at Carahsoft. “We are pleased to add Digital Reasoning to our roster of intelligence solutions available to our government customers, partners and resellers.”
“Digital Reasoning shares Carahsoft’s commitment to supporting the advancement of innovation and technologies vital to the defense and intelligence sectors and missions of our country,” said Eric von Eckartsberg, vice president of Federal Sales at Digital Reasoning. “Carahsoft is a proven leader in the government IT market and we look forward to partnering with their highly experienced team on joint sales and marketing activities to expand our reach in the government space.”
Digital Reasoning’s technology and services are available immediately via Carahsoft’s GSA Schedule No. GS-35F-0131R. For more information, register for “Introducing Synthesys From Digital Reasoning: Automated Understanding for Big Data,” a complimentary webcast being held at 11 a.m. (EDT), Tuesday, July 31, 2012; or contact Michael Adams at Carahsoft at 703- 871-8681.
About Digital Reasoning
Digital Reasoning is the developer of Synthesys, software that uses human-like reasoning algorithms to automatically isolate critical information - such as risks, opportunities, and anomalies - buried in massive amounts of unstructured data. Government agencies use Synthesys to detect security threats and accelerate the time between taking in information and turning it into actionable intelligence. Digital Reasoning is based in Franklin, Tennessee, with an office in Washington, D.C. For more information, go to www.digitalreasoning.com.