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National / AZON Sells 10 Contex HD 54-inch Scanners to CyberCore Technologies for Military Installation

Friday, August 16, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

Notable Sale Illustrates Distributor's Quality of Service, Military Demand for Contex Scanning Technology 

Rockville, MD - Contex, the world's leader of wide format scanning and imaging solutions, today announces that distributor National / AZON Equipment has sold 10 Contex HD5450 wide format scanners to CyberCore Technologies. CyberCore provides information technology services to the Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, and intelligence community. National / AZON Equipment specializes in providing CyberCore and other resellers with the best-suited Contex wide format scanners for effective end-user solutions. The HD5450 sale affirms the value of National / AZON Equipment's product recommendations. It also reflects National / AZON Equipment and Contex's growing presence amongst resellers with government contracts.

"Contex offers a superior product line with unmatched scanning quality," states Richard Gigl, Vice President of Sales & Marketing, National / AZON Equipment. "With the range of scanners that Contex offers, we are able to match the most appropriate scanner to our customers' precise requirements."

"This sale is a testament to the quality of service from National / AZON Equipment," comments Steve Blanken, General Manager, Contex North and South America. "The team has extensive knowledge of Contex products, and they are able to exceed their clients' demands by delivering the most advanced wide format scanning solutions."

With the HD5450 sale, National / AZON Equipment is supplying CyberCore with state-of-the-art scanning technology to address their clients' demands for high-volume productivity and critical imaging tasks. The HD5450 uses advanced CCD and Contex technology to efficiently deliver high quality scans, with no document length limit. This eliminates separate, time-consuming scans of long documents and image stitching from the scanning process. The scanner further streamlines scanning through internal imaging processing rather than on a computer.


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Richard Romano

Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
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