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Wynyard Group expands U.S. partner programme

Wynyard Group expands U.S. partner programme

Wynyard Group solutions now offered to federal, state and local government agencies through immixGroup

immixGroup will distribute Wynyard’s solutions to government agencies, systems integrators and solutions providers

Auckland and Arlington, Virginia, 19 February 2015 – Wynyard Group, a market leader in crime fighting software and services, today announced that its solutions are now being offered through immixGroup, both in its immixGroup’s Cybersecurity Technologies program, a portfolio of cybersecurity vendors, and in its big data and analytics programme.

immixGroup, Inc., which helps technology companies do business with government agencies at the federal, state and local levels, will distribute Wynyard’s cyber solutions, advanced crime analytics and risk management solutions to government agencies, systems integrators and solutions providers.

immixGroup acts as a distributor of enterprise products for the public sector and makes these products and others available to the company's more than 800 channel partners and to government agencies through a variety of federal, state, and local contract vehicles. These include multiple GSA Schedule contracts, NASA SEWP IV, and the Air Force's NETCENTS-2 contract. In addition, immixGroup acts as a source of supply for 16 prime contractors under the Department of Homeland Security's Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) programme.

Wynyard Group COO, Paul Stokes, said Wynyard is continuing the planned expansion of its partner programme as the company focuses on securing larger deals and increasing its expansion into the national security market.

“We are committed to growing our partner programme and are excited at the prospect of working with immixGroup, which is very well respected for its work with U.S. government agencies.

“The growing global problems Wynyard’s software helps solve continue to be headline news. Joining the immixGroup creates a compelling new market proposition and choice for its portfolio of government customers facing emerging global security challenges.”

Earlier this year Wynyard Group announced it has secured contracts with an international partner to help a leading national security bureau fight organised crime and counter terrorism, and with the Felony Lane Gang Working Group and Marion County Sheriff’s Office to help them investigate a widespread and active identity theft gang operating in 34 states.


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