14/09/2016 - 15:09

Cirrus secures $2m contract

14/09/2016 - 15:09

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Perth-based IT solutions integrator Cirrus Networks has won a state government support contract worth more than $2 million. 

Cirrus has secured a maintenance and support contract at the Perth Children's Hospital for the next three years. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Perth-based IT solutions integrator Cirrus Networks has won a state government support contract worth more than $2 million.

The company was selected through a public tender process and secured the contract with the state government’s Child and Adolescent Health Service for the Perth Children’s Hospital.

Through its wholly owned subsidiary L7 Solutions, Cirrus will provide maintenance and support of the hospital’s Cisco SmartNET infrastructure for the next three years.

“Through our L7 solutions entity, it is pleasing to be recognised for our innovative, agile and cost competitive approach,” Cirrus managing director Frank Richmond said.

“We look forward to continuing to showcase our group wide technology offering to these blue chip government and business customers alike.”

At the time of writing, Cirrus Network shares were up 0.1 cents to 2.9 cents per share. 

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