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IndiSoft Receives GSA Designation

""IndiSoft"":http://www.indisoft.us, a Maryland technology development firm that focuses on systems for the default services industry, was awarded the ""U.S. Government Services Administration"":www.gsaadvantage.gov (GSA) IT 70 Schedule contract, allowing the company to provide default management technology to government agencies. IndiSoft's mortgage technology is now available on GSA Advantage, the government's electronic ordering system.


""We appreciate receiving this important designation from the GSA,"" said Sanjeev Dahiwadkar, CEO and president of IndiSoft. ""We are confident this contract will enable us to provide our award-wining technology to any agency that needs assistance in increasing their efficiency.""

The contract award process includes responding to requirements in the Information Technology Solicitation and demonstrating the value of the company's services, its compliance with Federal Acquisition Rules (FAR), and willingness to provide best pricing for federal customers.

""We are proud of our work in accelerating IndiSoft to the federal marketplace,"" said David Sonde, president of Winvale, a government contracts consultancy that assisted IndiSoft with the contract application process. ""They are a group of highly experienced industry leaders whose customers at the federal level will appreciate the simplicity the Schedule offers them.""

IndiSoft develops, licenses, and supports SaaS solutions for the financial services industry, including RxOffice Legal, RxOffice Mortgage Insurer, and RxOffice Reporting Portal.

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