Enterprise Networking Systems Awarded California Multiple Award Schedule Distinction.
Award Enables California Public Agencies
to Take Advantage of ENS' Full Suite of Next-Generation
Network Consulting and Professional Services
Enterprise Networking Systems, Inc. (ENS) today announced the addition of its next-generation network services to the California Multiple Award Schedule (CMAS), the procurement schedule used by the California State Government.
The award places ENS among a limited group of companies to service California's public sector entities, such as state, county, municipal and local government offices.
ENS uses its core networking expertise and broad cross-disciplinary knowledge of applications to optimize network and application performance. The company is rapidly scaling an innovative business model around network services that prepare networks for a rapid and reliable shift to managing mission-critical applications.
Delivering a full range of services, from strategy and architecture to implementation and operations, ENS can now help State of California agencies create a high-performance network substructure that delivers the reliability, security and scalability needed to support the most advanced internetworking solutions.
"We are excited to offer California public sector clients the ability to achieve and maintain solid performance and maximize return on their application and network investment," said Kathy Serksnis, general manager, Western Region, at ENS.
"We look forward to extending our full suite of next-generation network consulting services and best practices to California government institutions and their networked application environments."
The market leader in next-generation network consulting and professional services, ENS is setting and achieving the highest standards for 24x7 e-business performance.
With a full lifecycle of services and an accountability-based approach, ENS helps enterprise and telecommunications clients create reliable, secure and scalable network substructures for their mission-critical e-business applicatioion on ENS is available at http://www.ens.com.
Note to Editors: ENS is a registered trademark of Enterprise Networking Systems, Inc.