Inpixon (NASDAQ:INPX) a major data analytics and indoor positioning firm reported that its subsidiary unit, Inpixon Federal, has been permitted to provide the Army numerous configurations by Fujitsu, Samsung and Panasonic.
The Army Consolidated Buy Number ‘25’ is part of the ADMC-2 agreement with a $5 billion ceiling awarded initially to Inpixon and 8 other main contract holders. Under the ADMC-2 CB, the Army contends out a list of configurations for each CB among 9 contract owners, which is finalized on per delivery order basis. It means that under this contract the Army CIO memo needs all laptop computers and desktop to be bought through the Army CB.
Inpixon Federal was approved for numerous products on its ADMC CB-25 catalog, which comprise Fujitsu Desktop, Fujitsu Laptop, Panasonic, Samsung monitors and Lexmark: Color and mono printers. The ordering period of Army ADMC-2 CB-25 is from June 26, 2017 and closes September 30, 2017. Inpixon subsidiary firm is anticipating more than $10 Million in delivery orders.
Zaman Khan, the President of Inpixon Federal, reported that this CB is a major addition to their Army offering. They are the first to entirely launch Fujitsu’s family of computer offerings into the Army ADMC-2 and are affordable in price for their Fujitsu tablet products and priced tremendously competitive with all our other products. This will enable them to capture revenue during the preceding quarter before the close of the government fiscal year, closing September 30, 2017.
Inpixon Federal holds numerous other federal contract vehicles comprising GSA IT Schedule 70, NASA SEWP V, FBI ITAP, NITAAC CIO-CS and a sub-deal on the Army’s EITS.
Inpixon is a pioneer in Data Analytics and Indoor Positioning. The company sensors are intended to find all accessible Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and cellular devices anonymously. Together with a superior performance and data analytics platform, the unique technology offers security, business intelligence and visibility on any government or commercial premises globally.