Xtel Awarded Multiple Educational Services Commission of New Jersey Contracts in Association with Digital Readiness for Learning and Assessment Project (DRLAP)
MARLTON, NJ, January 31, 2018 – Xtel Communications, a leader in providing voice, data and network solutions to schools and businesses in the tri-state area for over 24 years, is proud to announce it has been awarded several Educational Services Commission of New Jersey (ESCNJ) bids. Xtel participated in a sealed bid process and was granted the awards based on successful evaluations of required performance and provided criteria.
Through these bid awards Xtel is offering New Jersey schools the ability to purchase advanced data and voice solutions. Most notably, SD-WAN and Internet access with DDoS mitigation. These advanced network features allow schools to customize and protect their network traffic and performance.
“We are pleased to announce the bid awards with ESCNJ.” says Jeff Thomas, senior director of sales, Xtel Communications “We continually strive to align ourselves with organizations that share the same goal, providing educators with highest quality tools and services. With these bid awards, backed by ESCNJ it is easier than ever for our customers to acquire best in class data and voice solutions.”.
For more information on DRLAP or ESCNJ please visit our website www.xtel.net.
About Xtel Communications
With 24+ years of experience, Xtel is widely recognized for our commitment to the telecommunications and carrier needs of government entities, school districts, other MSPs, and businesses of every size. We focus on implementing smart and cost-effective communication solutions, not just technology for the sake of technology. To find out more information visit https://xtel.net or call us at 1-800-GET-XTEL.
About the Educational Services Commission of New Jersey Cooperative System (ESCNJ)
ESCNJ has been in existence since 1977, and has grown to become the largest cooperative pricing system in New Jersey with over 1100 members. The ESCNJ is also a member of the Association of Educational Purchasing Agencies (AEPA), a national purchasing association that includes 26 states, bringing additional buying power to their co-op members.