Washington, DC (PRWEB) May 7, 2010
The Winvale Group, a Government Contract Consultancy and Value Added Reseller of information technology solutions, has completed its expansion of their new office, located at 1012 14th Street NW in downtown Washington D.C. The office, which more than doubles the size of their previous Pennsylvania Avenue location, will serve as Winvale’s new corporate headquarters.
Having experienced substantial growth as a GSA Consultancy and value-added technology reseller, The Winvale Group has expanded to accommodate the increasing demand in helping companies enter and compete in the public sector marketplace. The move caps off an extremely successful year which saw Winvale sign more than 120 clients including ADP, Samsung, Thermo Scientific, Symantec, SunView Software, and Mocana. Their accolades also included Inc. 500 recognition and being named a SmartCEO award winner in 2009.
“This expansion represents a great opportunity for the continued success of Winvale. Our growth continues to be disciplined and structured, which is directly related to the demand for our GSA services. It is rewarding to celebrate our continued advancement in this very competitive market and I believe Winvale’s growth is directly correlated to our dedication to partners and the highly competitive government procurement industry,” said Kevin Lancaster, Managing Partner.
Celebrating eight years of continuous growth, which also includes regional sales offices in San Francisco and Boston, this “expansion of infrastructure will only further our ability to provide our one of a kind professional government contracts consulting and reseller services to a more diverse customer base,” Lancaster added. “As government procurement continues to expand, we expect to see an increase within our core industries: information technology, security staffing, and management and business consulting. What we are truly excited about is the increase in demand of our services relating to human capital management, financial and business solutions, cyber security, and engineering and environmental industries," Lancaster said.
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