Agreement allows local, state and federal governments to boost efficiency with the collaborative power of The Kahua Network
Alpharetta, GA – June 19, 2019 – Kahua, the creator of the world’s premier cloud-based collaborative network for real estate and construction project management, today announced its solutions are now available through the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Schedule 70 IT contract. The five-year contract recognizes Kahua as a preferred vendor, entirely authorized to conduct business with government agencies.
The Kahua Network, delivered as an Application Platform as a Service, will connect local, state and federal governments with their supply chains, allowing applications, business processes and information to be shared across organizations to more effectively manage the entire lifecycle of their capital assets.
“We are pleased to be recognized as an experienced and trusted service provider by GSA,” said Scott Unger, CEO of Kahua. “Our team worked hard to apply for the Schedule 70 Contract and we are excited to bring the collaborative power of The Kahua Network to the government sector with GSA.”
Government agencies interested in Kahua may visit the GSA Advantage! website.
Kahua is changing the way that capital assets are delivered and managed. The Kahua Network is the world’s leading collaborative network for real estate and construction project management. Delivered as a secure, scalable Application Platform-as-a-Service (aPaaS), The Kahua Network enables users to easily share data, documents and workflows across all applications and projects. Kahua solutions improve agility, reduce risk and create competitive advantage, enabling project teams to profitably deliver owners the highest performance assets at the lowest possible cost. Kahua supports leading mobile devices and tablets, integrates with third party applications and numerous accounting systems, and enables customers and certified development partners to quickly modify existing applications or build custom applications that operate on The Kahua Network. To learn more, visit www.kahua.com.