HERNDON, Va., July 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Global technology company Nuix today announced it has established Nuix USG Inc., a wholly owned and operated subsidiary that will focus exclusively on solutions to serve the requirements and missions of United States local, state, and federal government organizations.
"The launch of Nuix USG allows us to dedicate resources and services to the unique needs of state, local, federal, defense, and intelligence agencies," said Keith Lowry, Senior Vice President, Nuix USG. "Our Nuix USG Team is excited to serve the needs of our country and make it easier for customers handling law enforcement-sensitive, For Official Use Only, and classified material to engage with us."
Nuix has supplied digital investigations, incident response, and eDiscovery technologies to U.S. Government agencies for more than 10 years, and has recently added cybersecurity and intelligence capabilities.
Nuix USG has a dedicated team of technical and sales personnel who have extensive experience servicing states and municipalities across the country, as well as federal civilian, defense, and intelligence agencies.
Nuix USG will be headed up by Keith Lowry, Senior Vice President, and supported by a seasoned team of government experts, including:
- Tim O'Rourke, Vice President, Sales, Nuix USG
- Kevin Frank, Vice President, Strategic Accounts, Nuix USG
- Al Nieves, Director, Civilian Sales, Nuix USG
- Jesse Rauch, Director, Systems Engineering, Nuix USG
Nuix USG was born out of the company's U.S. Federal and Public Sector practice, formed in 2014, which helped the company realize high double-digit growth in civilian agencies.
Nuix USG is a wholly owned and operated subsidiary of Nuix North America, Inc. It is a U.S. legal entity supporting educational, local, state, federal, defense, and intelligence agencies and organizations.
For additional information, visit http://nuixusg.com/.
About Nuix USG
Nuix USG (www.nuixusg.com) protects, informs, and empowers U.S. local, state, and federal government agencies in the knowledge age. It gives these organizations a powerful, intuitive suite of investigation, cybersecurity, incident response, eDiscovery, and information governance software tools with unmatched speed and the ability to scale to the largest data sets.