Company Licensing Top-Tier Data-as-a-Service Platform to U.S. Government Agencies
ZoomInfo, a global leader in modern go-to-market software, data, and intelligence, announced its services are available to be purchased by government customers through the General Services Administration Schedules program.
“For years, ZoomInfo’s unrivaled data and technology solutions have helped thousands of private firms understand their customers more holistically to drive more efficient and intelligent motions”
The GSA Schedule is a long-term, governmentwide contract that gives federal, state, and local government customers access to more than 11 million commercial products and supplies. Through the GSA Schedule of its channel partner, Winvale, ZoomInfo has a unique opportunity to provide numerous government agencies direct access to its data-as-a-service (DaaS) solutions.
DaaS is an on-demand subscription service through which customers access and manage ZoomInfo’s constantly refreshed intelligence, fed directly into the systems in which they already work. The GSA Schedule agreement has already enabled ZoomInfo to sell to agencies in a way that a majority of its competitors cannot.
“For years, ZoomInfo’s unrivaled data and technology solutions have helped thousands of private firms understand their customers more holistically to drive more efficient and intelligent motions,” said ZoomInfo Founder and CEO Henry Schuck. “These countless proven successes show the power of ZoomInfo’s data. With the public sector’s growing reliance on DaaS, now is an optimal time for us to build this relationship. We’re excited to see federal agencies capitalize on that same opportunity to leverage our data to boost efficiency and, in turn, save taxpayer dollars.”
ZoomInfo worked with the GSA to set pre-determined pricing, terms, and conditions, which allows for streamlined transactions, bypassing complex and lengthy negotiations with individual agencies.
“Here at Winvale, we believe that ZoomInfo’s DaaS offering is a game-changer for federal and defense agencies in pursuit of reducing risk in the government acquisition lifecycle by providing potential and current contractor information that ties directly to the ability to perform,” said Winvale President Jeff Vittone.