Amristar, Cirrus win ICT contracts

10/07/2018 - 11:48

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West Perth-based Amristar Solutions has secured a $4.5 million state government contract for ICT services, while ASX-listed Cirrus Networks has been awarded a $2.5 million contract to manage data services for Crown Resorts.

Matt Sullivan says Cirrus is delighted to have secured the five-year contract. Photo: Attila Csaszar

West Perth-based Amristar Solutions has secured a $4.5 million state government contract for ICT services, while ASX-listed Cirrus Networks has been awarded a $2.5 million contract to manage data services for Crown Resorts.

Amristar was handed the four-year contract by the Department of Fire and Emergency Services.

Under the contract, Amristar will provide ICT managed application services to the department.

There were six submissions for the contract, according to the government’s tenders website.

Amristar was established in 1999 and provides consulting and software development services.

Meanwhile, Cirrus said on Friday it had entered into a managed service contract with Crown Perth and Melbourne for the next five years.

Under the contract, Cirrus will manage data networks and voice infrastructure at the Crown Melbourne and Crown Perth Entertainment complexes.

“Cirrus is delighted to have won this competitive tender through the collaboration of our Melbourne and Perth offices,” managing director Matt Sullivan said.

“We are excited to have the opportunity to partner with one of Australia’s largest entertainment groups.

“The managed service contract win highlights Cirrus’s ongoing ability to demonstrate innovative value-based solutions for clients and continues the success in our goal to be the market leader in enterprise managed services.”

  

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