PHOENIX, AZ (PRWEB) November 28, 2006
ExhibitOne Corporation, one of Arizona's top audio/visual product and services companies, has been awarded a contract with the Arizona Department of Administration (ADOA) for the next three years. Arizona State agencies can now buy selected audio/visual products and services from ExhibitOne at special pricing under state contract # EPS060125-11-A1.
ExhibitOne won the contract through a rigorous submittal process where the company offered substantial discounts on more than 60 audio/visual product manufacturers such as SANYO, 3M, AMX, Chief, Crestron, Da-Lite, and RGB Spectrum.
"Our experience, reputation, quality assurance and competitive pricing were key factors in the contract award," said ExhibitOne CEO and President, Kevin Sandler. "It is also enabling state agencies to now minimize their administrative costs when doing business with us."
"We are excited to be working with the State of Arizona in this capacity," said ExhibitOne Regional Sales Manager Adam Lofredo. "It represents an opportunity for State agencies to leverage our engineering expertise when requirements call for more sophisticated applications such as integrated room audio/visual systems. Our experience with nationwide courts provides a solid foundation for success."
About ExhibitOne Corporation
With more than 10 years of experience in the audio video technology industry, and over 900 systems completed, ExhibitOne is the country's leading design and engineering firm for integrating presentation and telepresence technologies. ExhibitOne designs, engineers, integrates and supports custom audio video and videoconferencing systems for highly unique environments such as: courtrooms, conference rooms, classrooms, auditoriums, casinos, medical facilities and emergency operations centers. For more information, please visit http://www.ExhibitOne.com.
The ADOA, State Procurement Office, is the central procurement authority for the State of Arizona. The ADOA establishes and administers statewide contracts for state agencies and political subdivisions. These contracts are established from individual requests and focus-group activities with the State agencies and participating members of the Cooperative Purchasing Partnership. The Cooperative Purchasing Partnership includes over 400 colleges and universities, counties, cities, school districts and qualified not-for-profit organizations.