PENNSAUKEN, NJ--(Marketwire - Feb 12, 2013) - Lattice Incorporated (
This installation of Lattice's proprietary Nexus system will be an upgrade for the Department of Justice ("DOJ") of the Government of the Northwest Territories. A customer since 2006, the Northwest Territories' DOJ has a six-year history of using Lattice technology. While Lattice's predecessor technology has performed flawlessly during this operational period, the DOJ cited the industry-leading Nexus platform's increased security and web-based investigative tools as drivers behind their decision to upgrade systems.
"We are pleased to continue our relationship with the Northwest Territories DOJ," stated Mr. Paul Burgess, Chief Executive Officer of Lattice. "The Canadian market represents enormous growth potential for Lattice, and we're looking for more sales to come from this market in 2013 and beyond. The ongoing adoption of our next-generation Nexus system in multiple markets bodes well for ability to drive shareholder value improvement as we continue to focus on expanding our communications services operations."
About Lattice Incorporated
Lattice Incorporated is a provider of advanced information and communications technology solutions to the government and commercial markets. The company's Lattice Government Services division designs, deploys and manages advanced technological solutions at key government agencies and for mid- to large-sized enterprises. The company's Lattice Secure Communications division provides core proprietary platforms that develop customized software applications with military grade security for markets including correctional facilities that require highly secure solutions. For more information, visit http://www.latticeinc.com.
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