Portland, OR – April 23, 2007
CTL said today it is continuing to expand its business relationship with the State of Oregon. The Portland-based technology manufacturer has signed a new price agreement under which it will now supply the State with laptop and tablet computers. Under other existing agreements, CTL provides State agencies and departments with PCs and servers.
CTL, which has been manufacturing these products in Portland for 17 years, has served the State for nearly four years, providing a continually growing level of products and service annually. Company officials have as a goal, to deliver as many as 2,000 units in 2007, representing a 30 percent increase in business over 2006.
“Long-standing relationships such as this are based on trust,” said Erik Stromquist, executive vice president of CTL. “The State knows it can count on us to deliver quality, reliable computer and related products, and to stand behind them with responsive service, and dependable warranties. Since we are committed to deliver on this promise, we see a bright future ahead with the state and continually growing business.”
Stromquist said he expects the State to show particular interest in CTL’s R1F Convertible Tablet models, which convert easily between notebook and slate modes, and feature 13.3-in. LCD (WXGA) resolution, fingerprint recognition for security, and automatic screen brightness controls. Similarly, the Travel Master line of notebooks should be appealing, based on features such as Intel Core 2 Duo processors and LCD XGA wide screens ranging from 13.3-in to 15.4-in.
About CTLCTL is a global corporation with offices in North America and Europe. CTL’s various facilities manufacture, market and distribute Personal Computers, Google Chromebox Computers, Google Chromebook Tablets, Chromebooks for Education and Monitors. CTL is committed to expanding international and domestic operations by continually evolving to meet the needs of an ever changing market. CTL is headquartered in Beaverton, Oregon.