$1M contract for Ray Morgan Co.
Office machine vendor The Ray Morgan Co. of Nevada City has been awarded a $1 million contract by Nevada County.
The five-year contract is for multi-function office machines and associated imaging and management software. The initial stages of implementation were completed earlier this month.
Ray Morgan staff worked closely with county officials during their evaluation process. They presented the county with a far-reaching solution, using Canon products, designed to continue a high standard of communication services provided to county residents.
Nevada County resident and company Vice President Jim Adams helped spearhead the project that encompasses scanning, printing, copying and facsimile needs for the county.
“This is a significant accomplishment for a local vendor. We are honored to be chosen as the vendor for this strategic project,” Adams said.
“Our expertise in providing (the county) with an all-encompassing solution was definitely the deciding factor,” Adams added. “Being able to work with the county and having the opportunity to fulfill their technology needs is an outstanding accomplishment.”
Adams commended the county for awarding the contract to a local vendor.
“Ray Morgan Company was selected to provide Nevada County with a Canon solution for document production and imaging after a lengthy and very intensive evaluation process,” said Mary Ross, team leader for the county Information and General Services Department.
“It’s critical that these multi-function machines integrate well with our existing systems, particularly in the area of document imaging and their interface with our document management system.” Ross added. “The Canon machines and software, and the Ray Morgan technology team, offered the best solution.
“Nevada County is an innovator in using technology to enhance the delivery of services to the public,” Ross said.
Over the next five years, Ray Morgan will provide all post-implementation support and expertise.
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