Plymouth, MA (PRWEB) October 18, 2016
VoDaVi Technologies, LLC (VoDaVi) has been awarded a multi-year contract with the Massachusetts Higher Education Consortium (MHEC). As of October 1, 2016 VoDaVi has become an official supplier on the F05 Technology Contract enabling them to sell Cisco, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), Hewlett Packard Inc. (HP), and Dell products as well as offer their elite Managed and Professional Information Technology (IT) Services to all MHEC members.
The award of this contract is a big win for VoDaVi. Being a small, Women-owned Business Enterprise (WBE), VoDaVi is often restricted from doing work with government and educational organizations due to the product and services procurement laws in Massachusetts. This contract will open many more doors for VoDaVi, allowing them to work with over 850 School Systems, Municipalities and Non-Profit organizations throughout New England. VoDaVi engineers have a long history of assisting schools and municipalities reach their full potential.
VoDaVi President and CEO Amy Friel commented, “We are thrilled to be on the MHEC F05 Technology contract. Our team is looking forward to working with MHEC and its members to provide New England area schools, municipalities, and non-profits with elite services, quality products, and cost effective solutions.”
VoDaVi Technologies has a sales team devoted to finding the best solutions for our clients. Three decades of experience in the education sector gives us a unique advantage when it comes to procuring products and services for New England Schools. The partner relationships VoDaVi has forged over the years ensures clients receive the best available product and service pricing. Strategically located in Plymouth, MA and Stoneham, MA, VoDaVi is in the perfect position to provide clients throughout New England with quality products and industry leading services.
About VoDaVi Technologies
VoDaVi Technologies, LLC is a leading provider of Voice, Data, and Video Solutions, as well as Managed and Professional IT services. VoDaVi has a proven track record of delivering best in class IT solutions to private businesses, school systems, municipalities, and non-profit organizations throughout New England. With more than 35 years of experience, VoDaVi engineers have designed and implemented some of the most complex networks in the region. In fact, our team has engineered and managed 50+ voice, data, and video networks for New England Schools. VoDaVi manages every aspect of client projects from the consulting and design phase, to product procurement and deployment. To say that we specialize in Voice, Data, and Video solutions is an understatement – we excel. VoDaVi strives to maintain 99.999% up time and has maintained a 100% customer satisfaction rate since 2009. VoDaVi has partnered with top technology providers, Cisco, Dell, HP, HPE, Microsoft, and several others in order to provide our clients with quality products and services. For more information please visit http://www.VoDaViTechnologies.com.
About Massachusetts Higher Education Consortium (MHEC)
The MHEC is a non-profit purchasing consortium serving members throughout New England. The MHEC was originally comprised of Massachusetts higher education institutions and a select group of private colleges and universities known as The Five Colleges, Inc. buying group. Recent changes to MHEC bylaws allow membership of public and private colleges and universities, not for profit charter, technical and vocational schools, municipalities, K-12 schools and not for profit educational organizations located throughout New England. The purpose of the MHEC is to provide its members with the most efficient way to procure products and services while also receiving significant cost savings. The MHEC offers over 55 contracts to its members giving them access to a list of 500+ suppliers made up of global, national, regional, small, minority, and women-owned businesses. Within these contracts there are more than 4,000 brands and 26,000 products for MHEC members to choose from. The MHEC opens its multi-year contracts for bidding every 2 to 5 years allowing new businesses to submit a bid in order to become a supplier but unfortunately not every vendor who bids will be awarded a contract. For more information on the MHEC visit http://www.mhec.net