Oh to be in the government contracting business. If ever there was a need for an efficient document management and workflow solution, it is there. Lucky for them, there's SpringCM and their recent acquisition of Synchris, Inc. The merger includes the Privia line of bid, proposal and contract management software used at the federal, state and local government level. Active in the lifecycle management, to which it is often referred, Privia provides crucial oversight of proposals, especially those done as Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) or multiple award schedule contracts. With more than 60 percent of federal spending awarded through these types of contracts, it is no wonder why this acquisition was desired.
Privia also provides a number of invaluable features including
* Integration with information services
* Comprehensive document management and collaboration
* Task order management response tracking
These three components allow users to integrate, manage and track information and workflow accurately and effectively.
When was the last time those two words were used to describe a government project?
As part of SpringCM, Privia will be offered as the government bid and proposal management solution from SpringCM, which is sure to make it popular in its neck of the woods of Washington, D.C.
SpringCM already provides a comprehensive contract and proposal management solution for commercial contracts and, as part of the Salesforce.com AppExchange, now offers the same fully integrated platform with the leading on-demand CRM platform.
Through this acquisition, SpringCM has now become a leading solutions provider for managing government proposals and contracts. The government may never be the same again.
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