11:05 | 16.11.22 | News | 11056

SADA to provide US Army with Google Workspace support

SADA, a company founded by Armenians living in the US Annie and Hovig Safoian, from now on will provide the U.S. Army with enterprise-class Google Workspace support via SADA’s Service desk.

The Army recently chose Google Workspace as a solution to replace Defense Enterprise Email, introducing the platform to 250,000 Army personnel.
SADA’s deployment of Google Workspace Enterprise Plus and Google Assured Control licenses will provide up to 250,000 subscribers with a complete email and productivity tools suite.

“Security is of obvious importance to the US Army, and Google Workspace has proved up to the task in myriad other industries, from finance to healthcare to state and local governments, where keeping data safe is at a premium. This solution, customized to help tackle the Army’s unique set of challenges, offers a path to future innovation, so that our troops are backed by the security of Google Cloud,” SADA CEO Tony Safoian said.

SADA opened an office in Armenia in 2021. Headquartered in the U.S. the company has offices in various US states, Canada, UK, Ireland, India.

A five-time Google Cloud Partner of the Year award recipient, SADA has achieved numerous accolades, including the 2021 Google Cloud Sales Partner of the year - North America, the Inc. 5000 Honoree list of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies 15 times, and Inc. Magazine’s list of Best Workplaces three years in a row.