Purchase Helps Clients of Both Firms Further Boost Government Proposal Win Rates
STERLING, VA - March 16, 2005 - MAP ROI Systems, Inc. announced today its acquisition of the assets of Privia, Inc., a San Mateo, California-based software company. Privia's enterprise software solution automates the qualification, development and delivery of commercial bids on large government contracts. Together, the two firms cover all aspects of the proposal process, from identifying opportunities to coordinating resources and managing documents.
"Together, MAP ROI and Privia provide the software and service models required by companies serving the government market," says MAP ROI CEO, Christopher K. Stahl. "Now we can serve the fast-growing enterprise customer base with both an ASP product delivery model and the traditional Privia enterprise software model."
Clients from both companies include Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Mantech International, Titan Corp., Chenega Corp., and Microsoft. Combined, the two companies extend their ability to increase sales and support to companies serving the government marketplace, and strengthen their leadership position in the market sector for enterprise-level proposal management solutions.
About MAP ROI
MAP ROI Systems is the Sterling, Virginia-based developer of G-ForceTM, the most effective integrated, collaborative, end-to-end web based system for identifying, qualifying, proposing and managing government contracts. MAP ROI investors include Novak Biddle Venture Partners, Aurora Funds and Inflection Point Ventures. For more information on MAP ROI or Privia, visit www.maproi.com or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (866) 651-0111.
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