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DLT Solutions Expands Professional Services Offering to Include Oracle Consulting and Service Delivery

DLT Solutions, a leading value-added reseller in government information technology (IT) hardware, software and services, today announced that it has expanded DLT Professional Services with the addition of subject matter experts and professional engineering staff specializing in Oracle core technology, E-Business suite, identity management, and value-added applications. DLT Professional Services continues to provide consulting services for disaster recovery/backup, IT security/monitoring, storage optimization and data archiving, electronics records management and discovery, and data migration services to augment the technology offerings from Symantec, NetApp, and Quantum in addition to award-winning post implementation support through The DLT Service Center – a 24x7, U.S.-Citizen, U.S.-soil, multi-vendor certified technical support center.

To drive the success of the expanded DLT Professional Services division and identify new ways to provide increased value, DLT Solutions has enlisted Don Simpson as the new Vice President of Professional Services. As the former CIO of the United States Department of Transportation, Research and Innovative Technology Administration, Mr. Simpson brings more than 15 years’ experience in corporate IT and consulting in the aerospace, telecommunications, defense and high technology industries as well as a keen understanding of the real-life challenges within the community of federal government CIOs.

“We are seeing a shift in the dynamics of the IT services market, particularly the core federal space, due to agencies with lean budgets looking for simple, turnkey solutions that are easy to procure and install,” explained Rick Marcotte, President and CEO of DLT Solutions. “Our move to expand our professional services offering will help our customers realize greater performance, operational efficiencies, and improved adoption of our vendors’ products while also providing DLT with an additional platform for future growth.”

“Our pedigree in professional service delivery within the storage and enterprise data management arena is top-notch and well known. We are now able to leverage a comprehensive knowledge of Oracle products and implementation best practices to help our customers solve even the most complex challenges,” explained Don Simpson, Vice President of DLT Professional Services. “I look forward to leading a team of highly-qualified consultants that will work closely with each customer through the design, delivery, and management of their unique IT solution to help reduce risk while increasing the value of each investment.”

About DLT Solutions

For twenty years, DLT Solutions has been the IT software and solutions provider of choice for federal, state, local government and education customers. By hand selecting its manufacturer partners including Autodesk, Google, NetApp, Oracle, Quest Software, Red Hat, Solarwinds and Symantec, DLT fulfills its mission to be a value-added reseller of only the best software and hardware products and services, as well as a premier provider of technical support, through its many government contracts. The company specializes in carefully-selected solution areas — Cloud Computing, Data Center Consolidation, Geospatial Data Systems and Computer-Aided Design for Transportation, Utilities and Manufacturing. For more information or to place an order, contact DLT Solutions at 800-262-4358; email [email protected]; or visit www.dlt.com.

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