The contract provides a direct procuring method for state agencies, local governments, and public educational entities to acquire cost-effective services through competitive, transparent purchases.
Albuquerque, NM (PRWEB) - RS21, an industry leader in developing data analytics and visualization products, has been awarded an Information Technology (IT) Professional Services contract with the State of New Mexico. The contract provides a direct procuring method for state agencies, local governments, and public educational entities to acquire cost-effective services through competitive, transparent purchases.
“We are thrilled to be an IT and data analytic partner for the State of New Mexico as we are committed to helping our state thrive,” said Charles Rath, President + CEO of RS21. “With our headquarters located in Downtown Albuquerque, we bring a deep understanding of New Mexico’s economies, demographics, and needs. Combined with our advanced analytic capabilities and experience working with government, we are uniquely positioned to help state agencies harness the power of data and solve our toughest challenges.”
RS21 regularly collaborates with state and city government offices and academic institutions to make big data insights accessible and actionable. By bringing together different sources of data, applying the proper models and analyses, and creating intuitive user interfaces and dashboards, RS21 connects people with the data and knowledge they need to address complex problems and make better, faster, smarter decisions. RS21 platforms and products are supported by a team of data scientists, web developers, software engineers, policy wonks, user experience architects, and user interface designers.
Through the IT Professional Services contract, RS21 offers government entities throughout New Mexico IT services in the areas of application support and development, database management services and business intelligence, and geospatial technological services. Contracts are made possible by the State Purchasing Division of the New Mexico General Services Department.
State agencies and other eligible users can learn more about procuring IT Professional Services through this contract by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.