SIP Print to deploy VoIP/SIP Communications Recording System in Baghdad


SIP Print, the VoIP
Session Initiated Protocol (SIP) telecom and recording technology, announced
plans to secure a GSA Schedule in order to continue its expansion into
government services. SIP Print has successfully deployed their technology to
several organizations and is currently in the testing/debugging phase in
central Baghdad.


Security personnel are routinely monitoring
within the city and enabling the detection of and pre-empting terrorist
activity, namely IED ambushes aimed at troops working on the rebuilding


“When we first developed our product, we wanted to
provide small and medium businesses with advanced telecommunication tools that
were both affordable and scalable,” said Don Palmer; CEO and president, SIP


Partnering with major players in the telecommunications
industry as well as the Federal and Local Governments are natural extensions of
our technology’s capabilities and if that technology can help an intelligence
officer avert a terrorist incident, then we can all sleep better at
night,” Palmer added.


Many telecom companies find that SIP Print’s products fit
organically into their enterprise class of product offerings for business; and
with SIP Print’s strategy to secure a GSA Schedule Contract, they will be
better positioned to service the public sectors needs ranging from local Law
Enforcement Officers (LEO’s) to state and federal applications and much more.


GSA Applications is
managing the tender process on behalf SIP Print, facilitating the application
preparation, submission and negotiations with government buyers at the GSA.


By Team

[email protected]