Dept. of Agriculture modernizing communications through use of ESI Communications Servers

Today, Estech Systems, Inc. (ESI), announced that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) will deploy ESI Communications Servers to modernize its communications. This is directly related to last month’s announcement by ESI Reseller American Systems that it has been awarded a highly competitive blanket purchase agreement, with a potential value of $20 million, by the USDA’s International Technology Services (ITS) contracting team.

Under the agreement, which is expected to run through January, 2012, American Systems will install and provide end user training on ESI Communications Servers for approximately 3, 000 service center agencies nationwide.

“We are delighted to work with American Systems to upgrade this vital government agency with the latest ESI innovations, ” said ESI president and COO Doug Boyd. “I am confident our past experience working with government agencies and our advanced technologies will produce measurable improvement in agency productivity.” Boyd added, “ESI’s world-class support resources are ready to help if assistance is required.”

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