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Worldwide Supply Saves Government 70% Off Equipment Shipped to Troops in Afghanistan

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Government agencies experiencing cost savings on networking equipment of up to 90% off manufacturers' prices.

Franklin, NJ (PRWEB) November 05, 2012

Worldwide Supply, the leader in the secondary networking and services marketplace, proudly announces it has been successful in reducing networking equipment costs to government agencies by up to 90% since it received its GSA schedule 70 IT contract a year ago. Worldwide Supply backs its equipment with an industry-leading lifetime warranty.

In addition to providing drastic savings, Worldwide Supply brings value to government agencies in several other ways including through its Asset Management program and its NetGuard maintenance program. Worldwide Supply's Asset Management program allows government agencies to sell, trade or consign their used or de-installed equipment for upfront funds or equipment credits for future purchases. NetGuard is Worldwide Supply's alternative to maintenance programs like Cisco SMARTnet that covers equipment by most manufacturers at savings of up to 50%.

“Many of the government agencies we work with tell me they wish they had known about the superior quality of Worldwide Supply's used products years ago. As agencies seek new ways to reduce costs, saving up to 90% on networking equipment makes a material difference to them. Case in point, we just shipped a large container of equipment to our troops in Afghanistan. This job alone saved the U.S. Government over 70% off the cost of equipment they would have purchased from the manufacturer,” states Darren Johnson, Government Account Manager at Worldwide Supply.

A GSA schedule contract permits government agencies to buy commercial goods and services using negotiated terms and pricing with the purpose of significantly streamlining the procurement process for government customers. Worldwide Supply being awarded a GSA schedule 70 IT contract is significant because it makes the networking equipment provider's products available to federal, state and local government buyers while it expands the company's footprint into the vast government space.

To view Worldwide Supply's portfolio of certified pre-owned and new GSA-approved equipment, access GSA Advantage. To learn more about Worldwide Supply and its products visit http://www.worldwidesupply.net.

About Worldwide Supply
Worldwide Supply is a recognized leader in the secondary network hardware marketplace, providing and buying networking and telecommunication equipment to, and from, companies globally.

Headquartered in northern New Jersey, and with offices in California, New York, North Carolina, Oklahoma and Texas, Worldwide Supply provides a full line of certified pre-owned and new-surplus networking and telecommunication products from major manufacturers such as Cisco, Juniper, Arris, Calix, Extreme and Motorola.

Worldwide Supply backs the products it sells with an industry-leading lifetime warranty.

Worldwide Supply is TL 9000 and 9001:2008 certified. For more information, visit http://www.worldwidesupply.net.

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For additional information on this topic, about Worldwide Supply or to schedule an interview with Worldwide Supply CEO, Jay VanOrden, please contact Veronique Deblois at 973-823-6412 or via email at pr(at)worldwidesupply(dot)net.

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