Press Release

LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Oct. 23, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — A wide range of schools and government agencies at multiple levels now have access to the most favorable pricing, terms and conditions — and a welcome measure of budget relief — on purchases of network and communications solutions as a result of a new contract agreement between Windstream Enterprise and The Interlocal Purchasing System (TIPS) purchasing cooperative.

The contract award follows a highly competitive bidding process that grants Windstream Enterprise status as a premier provider of network and communications solutions for TIPS members. This represents a major advantage for TIPS members who can conveniently and confidently procure network and communications solutions through the purchasing cooperative, and do so without conducting their own due diligence, a potentially time-consuming and resource-intensive undertaking. Instead, that due diligence is handled up-front by TIPS.

This service is free for eligible education and government entities that join TIPS, and Windstream Enterprise’s contract ensures that co-op members, many of which face serious budget constraints, can procure network and communications solutions with the confidence that they’re getting the best price and support from a highly-experienced solution provider.

Windstream Enterprise offers a variety of services including SD-WAN Concierge™, its proprietary OfficeSuite UC®, industry-leading Wi-Fi and contact center services. It also offers a range of complementary network and communications solutions including integrated network security, access, transport and business continuity solutions including Cloud Connect, Wavelength Services with Optical Encryption, Ethernet and Fixed Wireless that are collectively designed to help businesses increase productivity, improve ROI and win. More at windstreamenterprise.com.

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