Citrix signs on with resellers

Citrix Systems has signed reseller agreements with CDW Government and GTSI. The agreements, Letters of Supply, allow resellers to sell Citrix's network infrastructure technology, called the Citrix Access Platform, through their own General Services Administration schedule contracts.

"Citrix selected CDW-G and GTSI for our Letters of Supply because of their deep understanding of the Federal IT marketplace and proven ability to offer the highest level of customer satisfaction to Federal agencies,” said Tom Simmons, area vice president of government systems at Citrix, in a prepared statement.

Citrix has been successful in selling to the government through its own GSA schedule contract as well, according to the company. The new agreements mean that agencies now have three ways to buy the technology through the schedule.


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