Green Beacon Selected for Virginia ITCL Vendor Network by Computer Aid, Inc.

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Leading Microsoft Dynamics CRM Solution Provider’s IT Services Now Approved for Government Entities in the Commonwealth of Virginia

Having worked with these agencies for many years, we understand the importance of streamlining the procurement process while instilling confidence in what is being delivered, which this designation signifies.

Green Beacon, a leading provider of software solutions built on Microsoft Dynamics® customer relationship management (CRM) that help federal, state, and local governments operationalize their strategies, announced that it has been selected to the IT Contingent Labor (ITCL) Vendor Network by Computer Aid, Inc. (CAI). Green Beacon is now approved as a CAI business partner to provide SOW and staff augmentation services to the Commonwealth of Virginia under the ITCL contract (VA-130620-CAI).

As part of the IT Contingent Labor (ITCL) contract with the Virginia Information Technology Agency (VITA), CAI annually performs an in-depth evaluation of suppliers to determine which firms can be relied upon to successfully complete SOW projects through the Contract. CAI’s selection process includes an extensive questionnaire that evaluates candidates based on criteria including number of years in business, certifications, financial Information, and staff training and experience in deliverables.

Green Beacon is now a fully authorized SOW and staff augmentation supplier in the areas of Application Development, Enterprise Architecture, and Project Management.

Green Beacon has a successful track record of working collaboratively with federal, state, and local governments to leverage the power of Microsoft Dynamics CRM. Since 2011, Green Beacon has worked with government entities, including Fairfax County, Virginia, HHS’ Administration for Children and Families (ACF), and the U.S. Department of Veteran’s Affairs, to architect solutions that operationalize those initiatives. Green Beacon has been repeatedly recognized by Microsoft, partners, and customers for its innovative solutions in Case Management, Citizens Service (311) Request, Grants Management, and other vital areas.

“The ITCL SOW designation is very exciting for both Green Beacon and government agencies in the Commonwealth looking for technology solutions that will help them operate and deliver services to their consumers and constituents more effectively,” said Matthew Beaumont, Green Beacon’s Vice President of Public Sector. “Having worked with these agencies for many years, we understand the importance of streamlining the procurement process while instilling confidence in what is being delivered, which this designation signifies.”

Microsoft Dynamics CRM is the world’s leading customer relationship management (CRM) suite. However, Green Beacon and Microsoft Dynamics has expanded the traditional view of CRM by leveraging the concept of xRM—the ability to encompass “everything (x)” Relationship Management—in government applications. Government agencies of all types and at all levels can use Microsoft Dynamics CRM to better serve citizens and constituents with entirely new solutions that integrate into virtually any existing line of business application.

About Green Beacon

Since 2001, Green Beacon has been implementing and supporting business solutions built on leading customer relationship management (CRM) software platforms, including Microsoft Dynamics CRM. A Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, Green Beacon specializes in large-scale implementations that put clients’ strategies into operation. By combining deep technical expertise with years of experience in a range of industries—from the public sector to financial services—Green Beacon works closely with companies to transform the way they do business or address challenges putting their success at risk. This highly collaborative approach has earned us an unmatched reputation for delivering ongoing return on investment. The company is headquartered in Newton, Massachusetts with offices throughout the United States. To learn more, visit

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