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News – ESI Wins Northrop Grumman’s Top Supplier Award

Northrop Grumman Information Systems sector recently honored Electronics Systems, Inc. for being a top-performing supplier. The Northrop Grumman Information Systems Sector Top Supplier Award was given to companies whose technical innovations, products and services, and performance have considerably benefited Northrop Grumman, its government and commercial customers.

Out of 10, 000 eligible suppliers, ESI was selected as one of 24 winners of the award. The company has a long-established relationship with Northrop Grumman Newport News’ shipbuilding sector, and supplies a range of products and services to the company, including Cisco unified communications technology, computer hardware, on-site technical support, and asset life-cycle management.

Corporate Vice President and President of Northrop Grumman Information Systems Linda Mills said a significant portion of Northrop Grumman’s business is carried out through partnerships with suppliers.

“Our suppliers are an essential part of the Northrop Grumman team, ” Mills said. “We are highly appreciative of the suppliers we are recognizing with our highest supplier honor and their commitment to excellence.”

President of ESI’s information solutions group Kurt Schmelz said ESI had committed itself to delivering “outstanding customer service, ” and to becoming Northrop Grumman’s supplier of choice.

“Our team is committed to the highest standards of excellence, and we are honored to be recognized by Northrop Grumman Information Systems with this award, ” Schmelz said.

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