The state of Utah has awarded InfoReliance aÂ 10-year master agreement to offer an infrastructure-as-a-service platform to state agencies and education institutions that are part of the NASPO ValuePointÂ cooperative procurement program.
InfoReliance said Tuesday it will sell 53Â IaaS offerings such as cloud services for initial setup, access, training and support under the agreement.
The company also plans toÂ offer cloud migration, consulting and configuration services to NASPO ValuePoint participants.
John Sankovich, executive vice president of cloud services at InfoReliance, said the company aims to guideÂ customers throughoutÂ the cloud adoption process with IaaS.
Sankovich added InfoReliance’s cloud offeringsÂ are designedÂ to supportÂ customization to meet each client’s requirements.
NASPO ValuePoint serves asÂ the purchasing cooperative of the National Association of State Procurement Officials and covers allÂ 50 U.S. states, the District of Columbia and the country’sÂ territories.