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Springbox Awarded Contract with Texas Department of Information Resources

by Springbox, September 30, 2014

AUSTIN, Texas – September 30, 2014: Springbox, a digital services agency in downtown Austin, has been awarded contract DIR-TSO-2619 for Comprehensive Web Development and Management Services by the Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR).

Through this co-operative contract, local governments, state agencies and educational institutions in Texas can utilize Springbox services at a discounted rate and without an extensive procurement process. Springbox joins 21 other web development and management companies on the DIR contract list, along with more than 750 DIR-contracted companies total.

As a leading company in the digital space, Springbox was named the top website developer in Austin based on revenue for 2013 and 2012 by the Austin Business Journal. Springbox provides end-to-end digital capabilities including strategy, creative and development services. Current Springbox clients include The University of Texas at Austin, the United States Air Force Academy, the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network and Dell.

Tom West, Springbox owner and CEO, said, “We are excited about this unique opportunity to offer our services to organizations throughout the great state of Texas. After operating out of our Austin office for over 10 years, we are honored to have our services easily available to fellow Texan organizations.”

To learn more about Springbox and DIR Contract Number DIR-TSO-2619, visit http://springbox.staging.wpengine.com/texas-dir.

About Springbox: 

Springbox takes the guesswork out of digital. Our proprietary DataLayer process extracts quantifiable user insights from thousands of clicks, visits, paths and likes to provide web, tablet and mobile experiences designed on customer intelligence and built with leading technology. The result is a balance of beauty and usability that helps brands increase conversion, gain market share, and ultimately, expand their digital footprint. We’re committed to our partners’ success, and it’s evident with the results we’ve provided for brands such as Nokia, Nestlé Waters North America, PayPal and Dell.

About the Texas Department of Information Resources:

The Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) promotes a shared vision for Texas that maximizes the value of the State’s technology investment by identifying common areas of interest, using technology to advance agency missions, and preserving flexibility to innovate. Visit DIR at www.dir.texas.gov.