Harris Communications Now An Approved Vendor for MiCTA Members
Jun 23, 2015, 12:38 ET
SAGINAW, Mich., June 23, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- MiCTA has named Harris Communications as an approved national vendor for DAS Services available to all MiCTA members across the United States. MiCTA, a non-profit national group purchasing organization, selected the company after a thorough Request for Proposal review.
"Harris Communications is extremely pleased to be selected as an approved national vendor by MiCTA for DAS Services," said Harris Communications CEO Pete Esposito. "Our company provides a turnkey solution for in-building distributed antenna systems (DAS). We are able to boost the cell phone's signal with our DAS service ensuring a strong signal throughout a facility thus improving the customer's experience."
The approved vendor status will allow MiCTA members to take advantage of the DAS Services offered by Harris Communication, which has been in business since 2001. "Our team of highly skilled engineers and installers provide our clients with premium products and high end equipment," said Esposito, "And we are very excited to offer our quality products and services to MiCTA members."
MiCTA's Chief Operating Officer Tim von Hoff said, "MiCTA welcomes Harris to our Approved National vendors. Harris received scores from an independent team of experts that represented member organizations from around the nation. We are confident that any MiCTA member can use Harris services and expect the highest level of performance."
MiCTA represents thousands of higher education, K-12, healthcare library, governmental and charitable entities. Nationally, MiCTA seeks to resolve common voice, video and data issues, provide helpful information, participate in legislative and regulatory telecom advocacy, and negotiate discounted purchase
contracts for telecommunication services for its members. To learn more visit: www.mictatech.org
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