Copado Announces Government Cloud
August 10, 2020

Copado announced Copado Government Cloud to help government agencies accelerate the time-to-value of Salesforce digital transformation projects.

With Copado DevOps, federal, state and local governments can optimize and measure innovation delivery on the Salesforce platform with full visibility and accountability to ever-changing regulatory and security environments. Copado will enable agencies to respond faster, deliver more digital services, scale to unprecedented demands and connect to its citizens.

Currently in process to be FedRAMP Moderate Authorized by the end of 2020, Copado offers a Salesforce DevOps platform that scales to the needs of large government projects with the visibility, governance and analytics required to manage multi-million dollar budgets. The company continues to offer its platform free to COVID-19 specific projects to help the fight against the global pandemic.

“Governments are scrambling to address the demands from constituents on many fronts since COVID-19 disrupted daily life. They are creating contact tracing apps, digitally delivering needed services and scaling existing services to handle exponentially higher demand -- all with a remote workforce,” said Ted Elliott, Chief Executive Officer of Copado. “Copado can offer the scale, security and experience in optimizing Salesforce deployments to even the most sophisticated government projects. Beyond our own industry-leading DevOps technology, we are partnering with the leaders in government technology and services to ensure the highest levels of success in these projects. Copado DevOps gives government agencies the confidence to move at the pace of today’s uncertain world.”

Copado is also partnering with Carahsoft Technology Corp. to streamline the procurement process. Under the agreement, Carahsoft will serve as Copado’s public sector distributor and make Copado DevOps available to government agencies as an AppExchange vendor for Salesforce's Government Cloud through Carahsoft’s NASA Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement (SEWP) V contracts and National Association of State Procurement Officials (NASPO) ValuePoint cooperative purchasing contract. The partnership is designed to help federal agencies modernize their Salesforce development cycles with a best-in-class DevOps solution.

“Copado has experience working with large-scale government initiatives and can help any agency using Salesforce deliver their digital transformation project,” said Bethany Blackwell, Director of the Salesforce Team at Carahsoft. “With Copado, government development teams can align and collaborate around value delivery, gain visibility into the development lifecycle, identify and remove bottlenecks, and deliver more predictable, higher quality releases. We look forward to working with Copado and our reseller partners to optimize Salesforce deployments in government agencies.”

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