Archived Press Release

Swish Rebrands, Increasing Focus on Key Service Pillars

February 28, 2018

McLean, Va., February 28, 2018 – Swish (, a trusted veteran-owned provider of IT solutions and services to the U.S. Federal Government, announced today that it rebranded and unveiled a redesigned website. Since 2005, Swish has been focused on achieving high-quality outcomes for government clients by delivering optimal business and mission value to their enterprise. With this rebranding, the new highlights the company’s strategic solution areas that map back to four key service pillars.

  • IT Modernization: Streamline IT operations with automation, orchestration, virtualization and cutting-edge data center and cloud infrastructure.
  • Performance Engineering: Gain insights and operational excellence to ensure high-velocity end-to-end digital operations.
  • Cyber Security: Architect and automate security solutions that tackle the toughest cyber missions.
  • Managed Services: Turnkey managed services with industry certified professionals using cutting edge technology and proven ITIL best practices.

“Our goal is not to add technology that incrementally improves our client’s environment, but to deliver solutions whose innovations work together to magnify their collective capabilities in support of our client’s mission outcomes,” said Monty Deel, President and CEO of Swish.

The redesigned Swish logo and website showcases a fresh look for the company and utilizes a responsive and easy-to-navigate design. Website visitors will also find a grown dedication to educational content, including solution briefs, white papers, and blog posts, geared at educating our government clients on the latest technology in the industry and generating discussion about trends and new ideas.

Visit to begin exploring Swish’s redefined service categories and stay up to date on hot topics by becoming a regular reader of the Swish blog. You can also connect with Swish on Twitter and LinkedIn.

About Swish:

Swish is a customer-centric, specialized integrator with an engineering first culture. Headquartered in Northern Virginia, the company has active services engagements coast to coast and around the world.  We are structured as a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOB). The company began in 2005 by offering data center consulting and related technology products to its Federal Government clients.  Over the last decade technology has changed, as has the operations of our clients, and so has Swish.