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Computer Impressions selected as vendor for State of Kansas legacy systems upgrade contracts

Across more than thirty individual agencies, the State of Kansas is rolling out major upgrades to its legacy systems to ensure the flow and accessibility of vital data

PRESS RELEASE - Computer Impressions Selected as V
PRESS RELEASE - Computer Impressions Selected as V
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - Jan. 17, 2014 - PRLog -- OVERLAND PARK, Kansas – In 2014, the State of Kansas plans to rollout major upgrades to the legacy systems of more than 25 agency groups, and technology services provider Computer Impressions, LLC (CI), headquartered in Overland Park, Kansas, has been selected to help complete work on the projects. The State announced its intent to award contracts to CI under the umbrella of State of Kansas EVT0002480, Legacy Systems Conversion, on January 8, 2014. Individual system upgrade projects under the contract will come as task orders under the contract.

“This is a unique undertaking,” said Computer Impressions President Jesse Salmon. “The State is gearing up to roll out several very ambitious legacy systems and systems integration projects, and the vendors selected for the projects each bring to the table unique skills and expertise. Computer Impressions is excited about working with the State of Kansas to get agencies where they need to be in terms of their technology flow and data management.”

Kansas’ legacy systems upgrades projects will be completed by qualifying vendors awarded contracts based on their individual skills and expertise. Computer Impressions brings to the State a broad spectrum of legacy systems and systems integration proficiency, particularly in the areas of Domino, Oracle, Sybase, DB2, MYSQL, Citrix, .Net, Java, JavaScript, AJAX, ASP, JSP, Linux, and Lotus Notes.

“Working with legacy systems upgrades and stabilizations in the State of Kansas’ network is not a new challenge for Computer Impressions,” said Salmon. “The volume is what makes this group of task orders so exciting. Large scale legacy system work has a major impact on daily job performance and workflow.”

Recently, CI successfully completed an end-of-year, system-critical Domino environment stabilization project for the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE), a KDHE essential legacy system.


ABOUT COMPUTER IMPRESSIONS: A Veteran-owned company, Computer Impressions, LLC (CI) was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Overland Park, Kansas. CI provides a comprehensive suite of technology services including mobile application development, database creation and management, process, reliability, and conversion solutions, technical assistance, and equipment maintenance to private- and public-sector clients of all sizes. With more than a decade of experience in application development, maintenance, and management, CI is committed to delivering flexible solutions and outstanding customer service to meet and exceed the financial and performance goals of its clients. Certified by the Small Business Administration (SBA) as a socially and economically disadvantaged business (SEDB), CI is a qualified 8(a) STARS II GWAC program participant and GSA federal contract holder. For more information, visit us online at http://www.computerimpressions.com.

To schedule an interview with a representative of Computer Impressions, please contact Rena Leisure at 210.244.3454 or by e-mail rleisure@computerimpressions.com.

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Location:Overland Park - Kansas - United States
Industry:Computers, Government
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Last Updated:Jan 17, 2014
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