Award for IP Telephony Update for $1.4 million

An award has been made to the company MultiTek Pacifico, SA of a contract for the upgrading of IP telephony platform at the University of Panama.

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

From the Resolution given by the University of Panama, November 14, 2014:

'...FIRST: AWARD the Abbreviated Tender for Best Value 2014-1-90-0- No. 08-AV-024 687 for the Project to Upgrade the IP Telephony Platform at the University of Panama, requested by the Administrative Services to the company MULTITEK PACIFICO SA, in the amount of $1.4 million.

'... SECOND: ORDER the publication of this Order, for a period of one (1) business day in the Electronic System of Public Procurement Panama Compra and on the board of Public announcements that is kept by the entity for purposes of notification to interested parties. "

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