CUMBERLAND — InfoSpherix Inc. has won a four-year contract worth about $4.4 million to continue operating the central reservation system for Indiana state parks.

A company spokesman said the firm had successfully completed its first four-year contract and won the competitive re-bid based on technology, performance, and value. InfoSpherix has won each of the re-bids of its original state park reservations contracts, and has won eight of the 11 procurements it has competed in since entering this market in 2000, making it the industry’s most successful vendor.

InfoSpherix recently moved the Indiana state parks program to its new facility in Carmel, Ind., a suburb of Indianapolis. The new facility serves as InfoSpherix’s Midwestern hub, and will host this and several other reservation projects for government park systems. a

The company implemented Indiana’s first multi-channel, real-time reservation system for campers in 2002, giving Indiana one of the country’s most advanced, affordable e-government solutions for state parks, paid for through user fees. Since then, InfoSpherix has processed nearly 700,000 reservations through a toll-free call center, website, and field stations at the parks.

InfoSpherix operates park reservation contracts for 12 states, three counties, and the National Park Service at its facilities in Maryland, Indiana, and South Dakota. It also operates several non-reservations contact center projects for federal and state government agencies.

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