Leonovus’ Unified Cloud Data Management Software Successfully Tested By the Canadian Department of Justice
Leonovus Vault and Smart Filer provide unified, smart, secure and straightforward cloud or hybrid data storage infrastructure management
Leonovus announces that after one year of testing that Vault and Smart filer completed all the feature and performance requirements of the test plan in the Department of Justice (Justice). The Department of National Defence (DND) will complete its testing before the end of March 2021. Discussions with Justice are now underway for the purchase and deployment of Leonovus software into production. As expected, successful testing results in Justice and, hopefully, DND lead to other business opportunities in the Federal Government, where there are over 100 ministries and agencies. We have already scheduled two meetings with major departments for next week and expect many more to follow.
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Testing began in February 2020. A $430,000 Business in Canada Innovation Program (“BCIP” now Innovative Solutions Canada “ISC”) supported our proof-of-concept testing in Justice and DND that resulted from a communication and sales process to the Canadian federal government that began in the fall of 2017. Because of our ISC approval, Leonovus now has a simplified purchasing vehicle with the federal government for up to $1,500,000 of software sales. Any government department can use this simplified method to purchase Leonovus software without an RFP. This purchasing vehicle is available until February 2022.
“It has taken three years of marketing and product development to get to this point, and our technology has advanced dramatically from the original Vault proposal. Our patented technology and trade secrets regarding our encrypt, shred and spread solution, while at the core of our unified data management solution, is now enhanced with a broader suite of cloud data management tools, including Smart Filer. The scope and breadth of our product have come a long way in the past three years,” said Michael Gaffney, Leonovus CEO.
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“Over the past twelve to eighteen months, we have focused our resources and efforts on Justice and DND. Our goal was to prove our solution’s powerful benefits supporting the Canadian government’s cloud mandate with a few excellent reference customers. Leonovus’ innovative software provides the government with enhanced data security, cloud agility, and cost reduction/management. With the testing validation from Justice, and given the Government of Canada’s cloud mandate, this is a large market for Leonovus software. Our location in Ottawa and our product testing result with two major government departments put us in an ideal position to take advantage of this tremendous market opportunity,” said Gaffney.
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