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Synchris Unveils Privia 4.3, the First Government Contracting Solution for Managing Task Order Requests and Teaming Partners Under GWAC and IDIQ Contracts

New Version Includes 'Matchmaker Service' to Evaluate Past Performance of Potential Teaming Partners; Giving Clients the Leg Up

STERLING, Va., Nov. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Synchris, Inc., the leading provider of bid lifecycle management software for government contractors, today announced the availability of Privia 4.3, an updated version of its popular Privia software and the first industry solution for managing task order requests and teaming partners under multiple-award federal contracts known as "GWACs" and "IDIQs."

The powerful Privia 4.3 enhancements address specific needs of federal government prime contractors and subcontractors in managing the high volumes of task order requests issued under GWAC and IDIQ contract vehicles, giving Synchris clients the ability to more efficiently delivery on-point responses.

Privia 4.3 includes new tools for capturing contract opportunities, task order details, and team past performance data, and then matching the specific work requirements with prior team experience to create the right bid team. Executives can easily use Privia 4.3 to track new business opportunities and task orders, and gather data to prepare compliance and performance reports against contract requirements.

Annie Eissler, Synchris vice president of product marketing, said: "With Privia 4.3, Synchris addresses two significant customer needs. First, our clients told us they require an opportunity tracking, proposal management and collaboration solution that is sufficiently robust to process hundreds of GWAC and IDIQ task order requests each year. Second, primes and subcontractors need to capture large amounts of past performance data from teaming partners and, subsequently, make decisions based on that data. Privia 4.3 is like having the government contracting version of a 'matchmaker service' for comparing past performance to work requirements and then quickly picking the right teaming partners to respond to any task order request."

In addition, Privia 4.3 includes enhanced customization tools and integration of two of the industry's leading opportunity data providers, Centurion (http://www.4centurion.com/) and epipeline (http://epipeline.com/), into the Synchris toolbar.

Privia 4.3 still incorporates the same easy-to-use Privia tools for minimizing data entry and maximizing team collaboration and productivity. Privia is delivered with complete Microsoft desktop integration and includes document management, teaming partner connectivity, communication with presence detection, configurable workflow, reporting, and comprehensive search capabilities through an easy-to-use interface. Privia can support team members from various companies working together in real-time for efficient bid response and task order management. The software and commercial terms are scalable to accommodate licensing options from 5 to 5,000 users.

For an online demo of Privia 4.3's task order and past performance management features, go to http://www.synchris.com/images/flash/priviaTOMDemo.html or http://www.synchris.com/images/flash/priviaPPDemo.html.

ABOUT SYNCHRIS

Based in Sterling, VA, Synchris, Inc. is a provider of virtual workspace software that integrates communication, collaboration, document management and workflow features into a unified application that seamlessly integrates with the Microsoft desktop. Synchris' flagship product, Privia(R) by Synchris(TM), helps businesses bidding on federal, state and local government contracts reduce proposal costs and improve win rates. Synchris investors include Novak Biddle Venture Partners, Aurora Funds and Inflection Point Ventures. For more information visit http://www.synchris.com/ or contact us at [email protected] or (571) 434-2982, ext. 276.

Synchris, Inc., Sterling VA

CONTACT: Patrick Mitchell, +1-703-276-3266, [email protected],
for Synchris, Inc.

Web site: http://www.synchris.com/
http://www.4centurion.com/
http://epipeline.com/

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