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DLT Solutions Marks Third Straight Year of Solid Growth; 2013 Revenue Exceeds $857 Million

DLT Solutions, a leading value-added reseller in government information technology (IT) software and services, today announced that in 2013 it achieved $857.1 million in revenue; a nearly 4 percent increase over 2012. This is the third year in a row that the Company has recognized positive growth, demonstrating strong market leadership despite a decline in federal IT spending.

“2013 was a tough year for federal government contractors across the board,” explained Rick Marcotte, president and CEO of DLT Solutions. “We proved again that software is an enabling technology for efficient government operations and augmented that fact with investments in cloud computing and customer experience systems. We were able to overcome federal market challenges to continue our growth while also expanding our state and local and higher education footprint.”

DLT Solutions earned several significant new contract wins in 2013:

  • The National Cooperative Purchasing Alliance (NCPA) contract which enables 90,000 agencies from the sectors, including K-12, higher education, city, county and state, access to a streamlined procurement process and reduced costs for a portfolio of cloud computing and web services technologies through DLT Solutions.
  • The addition of Amazon Web Services (AWS) to NIH ECS III and other agency-specific contracts. Through these contracts, federal, state, local and tribal government entities have a fast and cost effective means to procure secure and reliable cloud-ready AWS solutions.
  • A potential five-year $227 million blanket purchase agreement with the Department of the Navy for Oracle software product licenses.
  • Two separate DoD Enterprise Software Initiative (ESI) contracts – the first one providing SolarWinds IT Asset Management (ITAM) software and the second providing Google Apps for Government Email-as-a-Service solution.

With Cloud Computing, what started with the DLT Cloud Advisory Group has now expanded to include a Cloud Services Team; a team of solution architects and engineers dedicated to providing design, implementation, management and support services. DLT Solutions’ dedication to cloud computing is evident in being named Red Hat Cloud Partner of the Year and with several new cloud contract wins including the State of Texas Department of Information Services (DIR).

“As the federal market continues its evolution toward efforts that will increase efficiencies and reduce redundant spending, federal agencies are realigning their technology investment strategies to more agile technologies like cloud computing and they need a cloud navigator like DLT to help them reach their goals and generate the strong ROI,” remarked Marcotte.

For customers, DLT Solutions further demonstrated its dedication to helping its customers realize greater performance and improved technology experiences with an expanded investment in its customer programs including the DLT Service Center, the DLT Customer Portal, and the GovDefenders Cybersecurity Virtual Event.

  • The DLT Service Center which delivers U.S.-citizen, U.S.-soil technical support, 24x7x365, achieved a customer satisfaction rating of over 98% and now includes AWS and Google as well as the primary line of Symantec storage products.
  • The DLT Customer Portal is an innovative, customizable tool designed to give customers increased control, visibility, and management oversight of their software investments.
  • The GovDefenders Cybersecurity Virtual Event offers free training for government IT professionals focused on key issues including continuous monitoring and identity and access management.

“Overcoming the challenges that we faced this year and achieving the success that we did is a function of our top-notch solutions portfolio and more importantly the dedication of our staff - we have a great team,” said Marcotte. “In the year ahead, we will look to expand our commitment to cloud computing with the introduction of new services that will help our customers identify applicable use cases for cloud computing as well as design, implement and manage solutions that meet their unique needs.”

About DLT Solutions

For more than twenty years, DLT Solutions has been the IT software and solutions provider of choice for federal, state, local government and education customers. By hand selecting its manufacturer partners including Amazon Web Services, Autodesk, Google, NetApp, Oracle, Dell Software, Red Hat, Solarwinds and Symantec, DLT fulfills its mission to be a value-added reseller of only the best software and hardware products and services, as well as a premier provider of technical support, through its many government contracts. The company specializes in carefully-selected solution areas — Cloud Computing, Data Center Consolidation, Geospatial Data Systems and Computer-Aided Design for transportation, utilities and manufacturing. For more information or to place an order, contact DLT Solutions at 800-262-4358; email s[email protected]; or visit www.dlt.com. Also, on LinkedIn and Twitter (@DLTSolutions).

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