Perth IT company Ajilon has proven itself as a reliable provider to the justice and law enforcement arena as the Western Australian department of the Attorney General awards it a successive five year contract.
The business has been contracted to provide support for applications systems and project services, which could be worth up to $33 million over the term of the contract.
It follows on from Ajilon’s previous five-year contract with the department in which it provided the same services.
The company is targeting the justice and law enforcement arena as a key space for growth and has embarked on an expansion of this division across Australia.
General manager of Government and Utilities, Murray Rosa, said the partnership with the department of the Attorney General had been a success, as evidenced by the department once again choosing Ajilon as the winning tenderer.
Ajilon said the contract complemented work it was undertaking with the WA Police.
The company is WA's third largest information technology firm with 463 IT and technical professional employees based in the state.
It’s also grown its national presence by merging with IT-specific recruitment firm Icon.