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CDP makes an assessment of the Project teams @ prende (9/2010)
12.02.2010 A year after completion of the delivery and commissioning of the @ prende project (Honduran Council of Science and Technology Honduran)
CDP makes an assessment of the functioning and performance of UPS 32,000 units that CDP delivered, so far, for what it is the biggest contract in UPS history of Central America.
“It was a project presented many difficulties by the volume and delivery time, but given the integration of CDP, teamwork, staff performance and high efficiency in production and logistics, CDP managed to deliver the project in less time estimated.”
“Today, a year after working under very severe electrical conditions, we can confirm that the product quality and after-sales support offered by CDP through one of its local distributors who attended the project HCT, as good as the best brands in the world, “said Sergio Hernández, Regional manager of CDP Central America.
@ Prende Project consisted of equipping public schools of Honduras with high technology equipment, among which are: computers, servers, projectors, printers and communications equipments. All of the above is protected against electrical problems by ups system of CDP, which have technical and quality specifications that exceed industry standards. This project is listed as one of the biggest in Latin America as technology is concerned, and was rewarded with recognized brands and strong international reputation.
Due to the scale of the project, which consisted of the delivery of 32,000 total UPS, several companies were being assessed; CDP was the only one that offered the delivery time and the quality that the Honduras government needs.
Chicago Digital Power, base in Chicago, USA designs, manufactures and distributes more than 60 products including UPS system that stands out from blackouts, voltage regulators and transient suppressors. CDP has more than 400 employees in 25 countries and has installed more than 4 million units in USA, Latin America and Asia.