Magor announces follow-on order in excess of $337,000 with a Middle Eastern government agency
OTTAWA, Ont. – August 21, 2014 – Magor Corporation (TSX-V:MCC), a global leader in visual collaboration solutions, today announced that through its regional partner it has received a follow-on order from a Middle Eastern government agency, valued at over $337,000. 80 All-in-One (AIO) executive units will be installed across a number of this agency’s regional locations. In addition, approximately 18% of the software component of the order value will be paid annually for software assurance.
“Driven by the benefits of visual collaboration this agency has experienced to date, this latest order continues the growth of the AIO roll-out across its departments, which now exceeds 250 systems ordered over the past 24 months”, said Ken Davison, SVP and CMO of Magor Corporation. “Our continued success in the Middle East is due to our strong partnership with Info Tech International, who has strong relationships with customers throughout the region. We also continue to see great success with our customer base and new clients due to the simplicity of our user interface, and high quality experience we deliver.”
About Magor Corporation:
Magor enables people to engage in high-quality visual conversations while simultaneously sharing, viewing and editing relevant collaborative material on desktops, laptops, tablets, smartphone applications, whiteboards and other devices. Magor fits any workflow so that users have the freedom to work together naturally anytime, regardless of location, network or device. To find out more about Magor Corporation (TSX-V: MCC), visit our website at www.magorcorp.com.
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