Technology hardware and software vendors, service providers, communications service providers — all play a role in NJ-GMIS. By providing a neutral forum, NJ-GMIS allows vendors and technology coordinators educational opportunities to meet, learn, and exchange information with procurement solutions made soundly and ethically.

Vendor access to our government members through quarterly messages on our listserv and through opportunities to display at events, in addition to supporting this growing organization in its formative years, adds value to your company. Your membership is important to us. For many vendors, our government members received your announcements, seen your exhibits and appreciated your products and services. This is a very efficient and effective manner in which to reach your market and to support the ongoing effort of the only organization of government technology coordinators in the State of New Jersey.

We hope vendors continue to see the benefits of reaching NJ government technologists through NJ-GMIS. This year not only will you continue to enjoy the benefits we have offered you in the past, but NJ-GMIS will host events in conjunction with the NJ League of Municipalities and others. Hundreds of local government technology and other personnel will attend our events. We invite all vendors to join us and sign up for an exhibit tables.

We provide vendors a quarterly message to our government members about your firm – product announcements, white papers, training events, etc., – sent by us on your behalf. Lastly, other events and meetings are planned, where it would be helpful and appropriate to have your participation.

Vendor membership is $500 year, bundled and administered through the NJ-GMIS TEC Foundation’s annual TEC Conference. If you are interested in a stand-alone membership, which is $750 per year, please contact us via info@njgmis.org.

 

 

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