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Vets America Implements Sophisticated Program for Serving Veterans as Seen on 21st Century Television

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Interview of CEO on 21st Century Television highlights work to improve identity and access management in federal agencies.

Boca Raton FL, July 3, 2014 — A recent interview with John Collins, CEO of Vets America, discussed the company’s work with federal agencies in the areas of identity and access management and customer relationship management. Tune in to Bloomberg Television (as pd. prog) on July 6, 2014. Check your local listings for airtimes. Collins explained, “Vets America has the primary mission of working with federal agencies to reduce exposure to waste, fraud and abuse. We seek out innovative and cost-effective strategies and solutions that make those efforts effective and affordable.”

In discussing the ongoing implementation of a major project concerning Veterans Relationship Management with the VA, Collins explains how his company seeks to use such proven vendors as Salesforce and Microsoft to develop and deliver workable solutions to their clients, especially in the area of security challenges.

Cindy Donaldson, Program Director, stressed how the company, “…focuses on collaboration across the entire team to deliver affordable results.” The company also stresses investing in employees to provide quality solutions at an affordable level of investment.

VetsAmerica is ranked #4 on the Washington Technology Fast 50 and number 331 on the prestigious Inc. 500.

In commenting on the recent release, the Vice President of Programming for 21st Century Television, -JL Haber, noted, “All of our viewers are grappling with issues of security and we’re excited to show how one innovative American company is delivering effective solutions to this problem.”

To learn more about Vets America watch their segment on Bloomberg Television (as pd. prog) on July 6, 2014. Check your local listings for airtimes.

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