Dynalink Gets Government VoIP Contract
By Craig Galbraith
January 29, 2013 - News

Dynalink Communications has been awarded a contract that allows the company to offer voice, data, hosted and VoIP services to the federal government.

"We're very excited to have this contract in place, as it will allow government customers to procure our services more easily and with little hesitation. We're confident that this schedule will broaden our federal market," said Larry Fishelson, COO of Dynalink.

To expedite government purchases, New York City-based Dynalink has made its voice and data services available on GSA Advantage, the government's electronic ordering system.

The General Services Administration (GSA) awarded the contract after evaluating Dynalink's professional capabilities, organizational structure, performance history and customer satisfaction.

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