Amcom wins $13m SA Health work

18/12/2015 - 12:52

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Data and networks solutions business Amcom Telecommunications has won a $12.9 million contract to provide its services to SA Health over a three-year term.

Amcom wins $13m SA Health work

Data and networks solutions business Amcom Telecommunications has won a $12.9 million contract to provide its services to SA Health over a three-year term.

Amcom, which was acquired by Vocus Communications in a $1.2 billion merger earlier this year, will provide data and network services across South Australia under an initial three years, with options for a further six years.

It follows Amcom’s appointment as a key supplier to the South Australian Government Network Carriage Services panel.

Vocus chief executive James Spenceley said the deal reflected the time taken to build relationships with government sectors, including SA Health, to understand what they were looking for in a partner.

“With a number of projects already on the go in both Western Australia and the Northern Territory, the new deal in SA, which spans all SA Health services across the state, will continue to build our experience and expertise in the government sector,” he said.

“Unlike many other telcos, we truly understand what businesses are trying to achieve and we don’t deliver a ‘business as usual solution’.

“Our approach is to think of the future needs of the business, not just the here and now.”

Vocus shares were 1.18 per cent lower to $7.51 each just before the close.

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