Adcap Network System State and Federal Contract Reference Links
Cisco GSA Contract Partners - Adcap can use these contracts for Federal purchasing requirements.
County and Municipal governments have a responsibility to provide high quality services to their constituents in a fiscally responsible manner. This has to be done while making sensible use of newer technologies to provide zoning and planning servers, public safety services, and meet constituent customer service level expectations.
Adcap is experienced at working with counties and municipalities to put together designs that address these concerns. We also understand and are familiar with the RFP and bidding process, as well as the necessity for the government to seek grants and other sources of outside funding for specific projects.
One of the other aspects of working with local government that Adcap has found to be especially important is the different expectations and requirements that each of the departments have for the use of technology to improve their daily work. The fire, police, and sheriff’s departments have very different priorities from the planning and zoning department. This is especially important in the deployment of Unified Communications systems.
Adcap prefers to engage in long term relationships with local government in order to provide good business value, implement new ideas, and work together for mutual success. Some of the recent projects we have worked on with different counties and municipalities are:
- PBX and Centrex replacement with Unified Communications systems with good reporting and inbound call center capability.
- Data record retention with storage arrays and deduplicating disk backup with multi-site replication.
- Server and storage consolidation with virtualization of servers.
- Physical Security over IP systems including video surveillance and access control.
- Digital Signage systems for public relations and better customer service.
Contact an Adcap associate to schedule a discussion about how we can assist you today!
Last Updated: January 2nd, 2013 |