Xerox Corp. will provide the city of San Diego with network, voice and data communications services to help maintain delivery of customer service to citizens. The five-year, $57 million agreement is estimated to save the city as much as $11.1 million over the life of the contract, Xerox officials said.
Under the agreement, Xerox will change the city’s existing telecom network infrastructure to a single digital network supporting voice and data communications.
“San Diego is a leader in modernizing operations, and Xerox’s implementation of a single, simplified, digital network marks continued progress on this journey,” said Mark Talbot, Xerox group president, Americas – Local Government, in a statement. “The network is a backbone that will allow for growth and savings in the city’s information technology environment for years to come.”
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