Teel Technologies’ xBit Digital Case and Lab Management Tool On GSA Schedule

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Now Easier for Federal Customers To Procure and Deploy xBit On Premises or in the Cloud

Teel Technologies is proud to announce that its flagship software product, xBit, for Digital Case and Lab Management, has been awarded a U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Contract and is now available on the GSA Marketplace.

The GSA Schedule Contract simplifies purchasing for government buyers, providing a streamlined process for federal customers to acquire software tools and technology to support their operational requirements.

Under GSA Contract No. 47QTCA23D00AZ, xBit can now be deployed on premises or in the cloud for both small and large scale installations at the most competitive prices. The contract not only ensures that government customers receive the best pricing for the tool, but also enables federal customers to easily procure and renew their subscriptions.

“This contract makes it much simpler for federal agencies to deploy xBit for their digital evidence and case management needs,” said Bill Teel, founder of Teel Technologies. “We are proud to have been awarded this contract so that we can continue to deliver exceptional value to federal customers.”

xBit is a cloud or on-premises solution that helps digital forensic labs manage their digital evidence exhibits and processing, as well as resource management. Find xBit in the GSA Marketplace under contract number 47QTCA23D00AZ. For more information on xBit, visit xbitdcm.com.


About xBit

xBit is published by Teel Technologies, the digital forensics firm that has delivered tools, training and services to law enforcement and digital labs around the world since 2006. xBit and Teel Technologies are headquartered in Norwalk, CT USA. www.TeelTech.com

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