ASG Group wins $23m state IT contract

19/01/2010 - 09:27

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Perth-based ASG Group has secured a $23 million contract to provide additional IT Services to the state's Department of Education, boosting its pipeline of projects to more than $500 million.

Perth-based ASG Group has secured a $23 million contract to provide additional IT Services to the state's Department of Education, boosting its pipeline of projects to more than $500 million.

ASG today said the contract provides for a three year term with two one-year extension options.

ASG will provide Oracle Applications Management, Database Administration and Server Operations for all critical corporate applications including HR/Payroll and Finance.

Under the terms of the contract, the Department has the discretion to appoint ASG as its key Corporate and Enterprise Applications partner.

In this role, ASG will provide additional services for mission critical systems including Managed and Project Services, Applications Support, Enhancement and Database Administration of selected Oracle Stack applications including the Oracle Student Learning (OSL) application currently installed at 300 schools across Western Australia.

ASG chief officer sales and strategic operations Murray Rosa said that the signing of this major contract clearly demonstrated ASG's position as Australia's leading pure IT services provider.

"We believe ASG's specialist knowledge and the quality of our product offering was key to the Department's decision to expand and continue the relationship," said Mr Rosa.

"This contract win highlights ASG's position as a premium IT Service provider at a national level with similar services being provided to the Victorian Department of Education and Early Childhood Development."

Shares in ASG climbed 7.5c to $1.27 at 12:06 AEDT.

 

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