Force 3 Partners with IBM
Announcement follows Force 3 acquisition by long-time IBM Partner, Sirius Computer Solutions
CROFTON, Md., June 15–Force 3, a Sirius Computer Solutions Company, has now partnered with IBM to provide a comprehensive range of solutions and services for customers in the federal space and beyond.
The announcement comes on the heels of Force 3’s recent acquisition by Sirius Computer Solutions, one of IBM’s largest partners worldwide. The partnership enables Force 3 to offer a breadth of IBM services and solutions, including security, power, storage, software and mainframe, with the support of the Sirius engineering team.
“IBM has an incredible history and reputation, not to mention significant success in serving federal clients,” said Force 3 CEO Mike Greaney. “We’re thrilled that we can now leverage Sirius’ unique expertise to offer IBM solutions to our federal customers. We genuinely believe that IBM’s solutions and services complement our existing offerings, and will better enable us to meet our clients’ technology needs.”
Force 3’s new parent company, Sirius Computer Solutions, has a long-standing relationship with IBM, having won multiple IBM partnership awards, including the Inaugural IBM Beacon Laureate Award for Overall Technical Vitality. The Sirius acquisition and Force 3’s subsequent IBM partnership demonstrates a commitment by all three companies to provide IBM’s high-quality technology to clients across the federal government.
Government agencies have long-embraced IBM technology, including the company’s software portfolio and infrastructure solutions. From working with the National Institutes of Health to tap vast amounts of data for medical research, to delivering on-time integrated logistics support for the United States Army, IBM’s cognitive computing enables federal organizations to adopt cloud, analytics, mobility and security solutions designed to better serve the American public.