John Shurance, EBS’ President remarked on the purchase, “Raydon is dedicated to developing cost-effective alternatives to live military training with the use of their simulation training technology products. We see PROPRICER as a solution to help them maximize efficiency and save time by streamlining their proposal process.” He concluded, “We look forward to seeing PROPRICER put to great use with its flexible design that will suit Raydon’s proposal needs now, and as they experience future growth.”
As an application solutions provider focusing on meeting the needs of the growing Information Technology marketplace, EBS continues to successfully build easy-to-use commercial off-the-shelf applications for various industry markets. EBS’ industry proven PROPRICER proposal pricing application suite has been helping contract management organizations standardize and manage the cost proposal process, thereby improving productivity and profitability time and again. With clients all over the US, Canada, and Europe, EBS attributes its success to its corporate mission of building quality, long-term relationships with its customers, while offering products and services that can meet and exceed the changing demands of its users. For more information about EBS and its product offering, please visit their website atwww.propricer.com.
Raydon Corporation was organized in 1988 and is a certified Small Business as defined by the Small Business Administration. The company has been one of the world's leading developers of simulation training products and solutions over the last twenty years. In fact, selected members of the United States Armed Services have long depended on Raydon to provide an extensive range of trainers including embedded trainers, tabletops trainers, appended trainers and institutional Trainers. Raydon specializes in developing new simulation and training technologies for gunnery training, maneuver training and critical task training. Visit www.raydon.com to learn more.
Yvonne M. Miller
Executive Business Services
Director of Marketing