WORLD WIDE TECHNOLOGY FOCUSES MARKET EFFORTS ON FLORIDA
From Security to the Cloud to Professional Services, WWT Poised to Partner with Florida to Meet Burgeoning IT Modernization Needs

Feb 21, 2019

WORLD WIDE TECHNOLOGY FOCUSES MARKET EFFORTS ON FLORIDA

From Security to the Cloud to Professional Services, WWT Poised to Partner with Florida to Meet Burgeoning IT Modernization Needs

Washington DC, February 21, 2019 – World Wide Technology (WWT), a market-leading technology solution provider, today announced that it has made a significant investment in Florida to help state and local agencies and educational institutions address emerging requirements in such areas as security, cloud migration and IT modernization.

WWT also announced it has teamed with Kaleo Partners, a Florida-based advocacy firm that specializes in working with technology companies and government stakeholders to drive IT transformation and deliver business value.

WWT recognizes that agencies and educational institutions are looking for a strategic partner that can help them deliver better business outcomes, not just modernizing legacy systems but improving the efficiency and effectiveness of their operations and services through a combination of innovative technology and professional services.

“The world of technology is changing,” said Bryan Thomas WWT Senior Vice President of Public Sector. “Information technology is changing so quickly that it requires a collaborative approach to doing business, and more importantly, a value-added partner that understands the traditional way of doing business will no longer suffice,” said Thomas.

WWT will leverage its industry-leading Advanced Technology Center, a collaborative ecosystem, to design, build, educate, demonstrate and deploy innovative technology products and integrated architectural solutions. The ATC provides a forum in which WWT can work with customers to ensure that their investments meet their requirements and deliver real value.

It’s an invaluable approach at a time when state and local government agencies are trying to meet growing demands for IT services while working within tight budget restrictions, said Thomas.

“IT teams in the public sector are often forced to make difficult choices to demonstrate financial responsibility, while delivering all of the services the public needs,” Thomas said. “We will bring our proven and innovative approach to helping agencies and education institutions discover, evaluate, architect and implement advanced technology to the state of Florida.”

WWT has nearly 30 years of experience enabling agencies to innovate through automation of manual processes, consolidation of redundant systems, optimization of applications and resources, and enabling collaboration through unified communications. WWT’s experience spans a variety of agency functions and missions, including Transportation, Social Services, Public Safety, Administration and Information Technology. WWT is adept at finding the right solutions given budget constraints and understanding the desired outcomes agencies seek and constituents require.

About World Wide Technology

World Wide Technology (WWT) is a technology solution provider with more than $10 billion in annual revenue that provides digital strategy, innovative technology and supply chain solutions to large public and private organizations around the globe. While most companies talk about delivering business and technology outcomes, WWT does it. Based in St. Louis, WWT employs more than 5,000 people and operates over 2 million square feet of warehousing, distribution and integration space in more than 20 facilities throughout the world.

 

For more information about World Wide Technology, visit www.wwt.com.





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