On The Go Announces Largest Order in Company History With $827,000 Shipment to Go to Major Post Secondary Animation Facility 6/15/2006
CONCORD, Ontario, June 15, 2006 /PRNewswire-FirstCall via COMTEX News Network/ -- On The Go Technologies Group (OTC Bulletin Board: OGHC), a leading multi-industry computer hardware, software and systems integrator, announced today that the Company's Education division has received an order for several IBM Servers and Workstations for the animation training facility of one of Canada's premier post secondary, polytechnic institutions. The sale, in the amount of $827,000, represents the largest single order received in On The Go's ('OTG') history.
Scheduled to ship within the next few weeks, the hardware includes multiple high-end storage servers and more than 100 workstations.
This Greater Toronto Area-based client has, since 1967, earned an international reputation for excellence in applied learning and development of industry-relevant education, including adult learning, corporate training and innovative partnerships with the public and private sectors. Their leading status in the field of digital media studies and media programming, inclusive of Computer Animation, Digital Visual Effects and Digital Character Animation, has proven fruitful for its many graduates who have gone on to excel in the digital entertainment industry.
OTG President and CEO Stuart Turk commented, "This order is significant not only because it's our largest sale to date, but also because the end user is representative of a combination of two of our strongest corporate divisions, education and digital entertainment. We're proud to be revamping and building on this client's world class animation department. The order further establishes that On The Go is well on the way to meeting another record annual revenue mark."
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Talk about awesome news.....I think this is the beginning of a potentially major reversal from recent bottom. Look how far it's descended....what goes down, must come up.
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