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Contex Reseller Earns Certificate of Appreciation from U.S. Army’s Common Hardware Systems Program

Thursday, June 13, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

Contex congratulates Bill Mitchell of Wide Scanners and Systems Inc. on his Certificate of Appreciation from the Product Director (PD) of the U.S. Army’s Common Hardware Systems (CHS-4) program. Bill Mitchell received this award due to his exceptional quality of service in equipment delivery. Since 2011, Wide Scanners and Systems has supplied large quantities of Contex XD2490 and IQ2490 scanners to the Army for use in its suite of products. 

“It’s an honor to have been recommended by PD CHS to receive this Certificate of Appreciation,” comments Bill Mitchell, Vice President, Wide Scanners and Systems. “I accept this certificate on behalf of Wide Scanners and Systems and Contex for making this possible.” 

“Contex dealers consistently exceed customers’ expectations,“ states Steve Blanken, General Manager, Contex Americas. “They know our products intimately and are able to recommend the right scanner for a specific task.” 

The Army demands competitively-priced, advanced equipment and Wide Scanners and Systems, who offers Contex products exclusively, provides it with the latest in scanning technology. Contex’s XD2490 24” and IQ2490 24” scanners are integrated by the CHS-4 prime contractor, General Dynamics C4 Systems, with additional hardware and software components to deliver complete turn-key solutions. The systems are packaged in special ruggedized cases to ensure usability and survivability in various tactical settings for its defense industry customers.


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Richard Romano

Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
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