Merritt Island, FL – May 10, 2004 –Matrix Information Systems, Inc., a Florida Certified Minority Business Enterprise (CMBE) and custom application development firm, announced it has been awarded a two-year IT Consulting Services Contract by the State of Florida Department of Management Services (DMS).
The DMS solicitation was divided into four project areas with Matrix submitting proposals for Area 2: Application Development and Integration, as well as Area 4: Staff Augmentation. DMS evaluated vendors on their financial strength, past performance, and price. Matrix was awarded a contract for both the project areas it pursued.
The Florida IT Consulting Contract is available as a contracting vehicle for all Florida government entities including state agencies, city and county governments, water management districts, courts, bureaus, boards, commissions, and offices. This award was key for Matrix to continue assisting its Florida government clients by helping them leverage technology to improve service levels and reduce costs.
“The dedication and talent of our staff helped us tremendously to achieve the award in the Application Development and Integration Project Area,” said Ms. Robin Highstone, Matrix CEO. “We are proud that, through 12 years of hard work, Matrix has earned a reputation among its many private and public sector clients as a trusted and reliable business partner.”
Founded in 1992, Matrix Information Systems, Inc. provides e-business solutions and custom software development to corporate IT departments as well as federal, state, and local government agencies and their contractors. Headquartered on Merritt Island, Florida, Matrix leverages the incredible wealth of talent drawn by NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, the 45th Space Wing, and countless area high-tech research, development, and manufacturing firms in the Central Florida High Tech Corridor. In Tallahassee, Matrix’s State Branch delivers excellence in standards-based, e-government solutions that help Florida government reduce process and improve service levels.
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