The DLT Team
For 25 years, DLT Solutions has been dedicated to solving public sector IT challenges. Led by the Software Program Manager, our team of sales, integration, and support experts have the certifications and experience needed to effectively manage today’s dynamic Enterprise License Agreements. Your dedicated team is a critical component of the DLT Advantage, which includes strategic partnerships with over 30+ top IT companies including Amazon Web Services, Autodesk, Dell Software, Google, Informatica, Oracle, Red Hat, SolarWinds, Symantec, Veritas, and others.
DLT Customer Portal
- Secure, On-Demand Access: Users can securely access the Portal anytime, anywhere, from any computer with an internet connection. Portal data resides on dedicated servers protected by a firewall and a suite of security products providing continuous monitoring and intrusion detection. Security Engineers monitor the system 24x7x365. Customer-validated users access the Portal via Secure Socket Layer (SSL) to ensure all data is encrypted and securely transmitted.
- Streamlined Procurement Process: Existing customer business processes can be improved and automated through the Portal—resulting in measurable operational efficiencies.
- Customized Approval Workflows: Multi-step approval workflows provide customer stakeholders with complete transparency and insight into acquisition activity.
- Comprehensive Reporting: Agencies can effectively manage IT assets with the ability to report on procurement activity down to the sub-organization and program level. By combining approval workflows with the transparency provided by the Portal’s reporting feature, agencies can prevent duplicative spending.
Program Lifecycle Management (PLM)
PLM consists of five phases (Initiate, Plan, Execute & Manage, Monitor Performance, and Analyze & Improve) designed to rapidly propel an ELA from contract award to steady-state operations. On day one, the DLT team is ready to transact business. DLT Software Program Managers employ a ready-made program management package to effectively plan and manage communication, schedule, deliverables and risk. Continuous improvement is a hallmark of PLM. Regular checkpoints are used to collect performance data, which are analyzed by the team for opportunities to improve operational efficiencies and provide additional value to the customer.