OTTAWA, Feb. 26, 2015 /CNW/ - Ottawa-based Magor Corporation ("Magor" or the "Company") (TSX-V: MCC), a global leader in visual collaboration solutions, today announced that they have passed Shared Services Canada's (SSC) acceptance testing. SSC is responsible for identifying Information Technology (IT) solutions in accordance with the "Blueprint 2020" vision for the federal public service, and provides all government departments with guidance on technology procurement options.
The SSC acceptance testing ensures that Magor's technology aligns with a common IT policy across the public service and also enables departments to procure Magor's SSC-verified solutions off the Federal Government of Canada's Video Conferencing Standing Offer procurement vehicle.
"We are very happy to have been approved by SSC, verifying that our technology is compatible with the existing video conferencing infrastructure across the Government of Canada, while ensuring alignment with Government's IT plans," said Thomas McGee, Vice President of Federal Government Sales for Magor Corporation. "The Government of Canada has been an important customer for us over the last 2 years with approximately $1M in sales. This acceptance opens up the opportunity for many multiples of that amount moving forward, as we work closely with SSC to address the many needs of Government departments."
About Magor Corporation:
Magor's mission is to inspire users to interact with video in new ways to improve communication, strengthen decision-making and enhance productivity. With a growing global customer base in government and security, Magor has brought to market Aerus™– a powerful service delivery platform for securely integrating video into the fabric of today's communication and collaboration workflows. To find out more about Magor Corporation (TSX-V: MCC), visit our website at http://www.magorcorp.com.
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This approval verifies to SSC that Magor's innovations align with IT Policy moving forward while being compatible with the infrastructure already in place. Furthermore, this approval enables Magor to continue supporting departments who need to provide their employees with video tools enable them to work effectively together across any distance, with video.
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