Virginia Beach, VA – February 11, 2020 / PRnewswire/- Emergent, LLC an award-winning Value Added Reseller and systems integrator, announced it has been awarded a U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Department-wide Adobe Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA). This BPA provides the Department of Homeland Security with a cost effective and streamlined procurement mechanism for Adobe products.
The BPA includes products within Adobe’s Digital Media, Digital Experience Manager Solutions and Connect product lines and supports all DHS components including:
“Emergent is honored to support the Department of Homeland Security by providing cost effective and innovative Adobe solutions,” said Paul Kohler, Executive Vice-President at Emergent. “The Emergent team is committed to providing service excellence to support the vital DHS mission to safeguard and secure the nation.”
The BPA award offers Adobe products that promote digital experiences and solve mission critical business challenges.
The Adobe solutions are available through Emergent’s GSA Contract No. #GS-35F- 01119W. For more information, contact the Emergent Adobe Team at email@example.com or visit https://www.emergent360.com/partners/adobe.
About Emergent, LLC
Emergent is an award-winning Value Added Reseller and systems integrator providing comprehensive IT solutions including solution architecture, product acquisition, training consulting, and managed services. Founded in 2006 in the Washington DC metro area, Emergent provides a streamlined procurement process for its customers by leveraging its GSA, SEWP V and CIO-CS contracts. Emergent offers a full catalog of complementary technology solutions within the government, commercial, education, and healthcare sectors. For more information, visit https://www.emergent360.com/ or@Emergent360 on LinkedIn and Twitter.
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