Epazz, Inc. Continues To Add Revenues For 2013 As It Renews Contract With SEPTA For $178,220 In Revenues
CHICAGO, April 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Epazz, Inc., (OTCQC: EPAZ), (OTCPink: EPAZ) a leading provider of cloud based business software solutions announced it has signed a new contract which extends SEPTA's license agreement through June 30, 2016; the total value of the contract is $178,220 and includes programming customizations to implement two new career sites to meet SEPTA's internal hiring needs.
"We are excited to continue to have SEPTA as a customer and we are happy they are expanding usage of AutoHire," said Shaun Passley, CEO of Epazz, Inc.
SEPTA is the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority serving Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia Counties. The organization operates on a bidding format and the original selection of AutoHire in 2003 was based on the lowest, responsive bid presenting a product and proposal that would meet SEPTA's needs. SEPTA reviewed a number of competitor "Cadillac" type products, determined that they could not afford these, and found that AutoHire offered the most competitive bid for a system that would provide what SEPTA was looking for. The fact that the AutoHire, application tracking system, could be customized to meet SEPTA's needs was also a big plus.
About Epazz, Inc.
Epazz Inc. specializes in cloud based business software solutions that provide excellence in web-based applications for government, higher education, and the private sector. With already held subsidiaries such as DeskFlex, Inc., Professional Resources Management, Inc., Intellisys Inc., energy management software and AutoHire, Epazz will now be able to offer comprehensive businesses cloud software solutions and services to companies of every size.
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