Sometimes business opportunities present themselves in surprising ways. Connections may arise between customer needs and solutions that don’t initially seem linked. Earlier this year, Dynamic Computer Corporation was selected as a Prime Contractor under SEWP V, the government-wide acquisition contract managed by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Since then we have fielded many Read More
Our workdays can be so intense. The demands keep increasing. Tasks and technology get only more complex. No one can rest given current productivity demands. It’s not surprising, then, that so many organizations across industries are electing to outsource their IT purchasing to specialized suppliers.
In an earlier post, we explored the lifecycle disconnect, and how it makes it hard for a medical device manufacturer to keep a product’s support in sync with its integrated IT. What’s the medical device manufacturer’s answer to this common problem? In big part, it’s finding the right IT supplier, experienced in IT lifecycle management Read More
Dynamic has been named to the 2015 CRN Solution Provider 500 by The Channel Company of Westborough, MA. The annual CRN SP500 list spans eight categories, from hardware and software sales to managed IT services. It recognizes the top revenue-generating technology integrators, managed service providers, and IT consultants in North America. For this year’s CRN Read More
Dynamic Computer Corporation is pleased to report that we have received our first order through NASA’s SEWP V contract. It’s from the U.S. Navy’s Space and Naval Warfare (SPAWAR) Systems Center Pacific in San Diego, California. SSC Pacific ordered a load balancer to optimize web traffic.Dynamic officially became a SEWP V Prime Contractor on May Read More
In the nearly 40 years Dynamic has served customers, we’ve seen that enterprise IT purchasers – no matter whether they’re from commercial, government, or nonprofit organizations – have four main concerns about the IT supply chain. We like to call them the four C’s: confidence, compliance, convenience, and cost control. Confidence Like all purchasers, those Read More