Cirrus secures IT contract

15/01/2018 - 14:22

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IT company Cirrus Networks has secured a managed service contract with the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre in Victoria.

Matt Sullivan says Cirrus provides innovative value-based solutions for clients.

IT company Cirrus Networks has secured a managed service contract with the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre in Victoria.

Under the agreement, Cirrus will manage network services, including IP network carriage and telephone services, across the new Victorian Comprehensive Cancer in Centre building in Melbourne, with infrastructure support at PMCC’s other campuses in Melbourne and regional Victoria.

Managing director Matt Sullivan said the new contract was a credit to the company’s offering.

“Cirrus is delighted to have won this competitive tender through the Victorian team and to work with such a high-quality organisation as Peter Mac,” he said.

“Winning this high-profile, healthcare managed service contract highlights Cirrus’s ongoing ability to demonstrate innovative value-based solutions for clients and continues its success in striving to be the market leader in managed services.”

Shares in Cirrus finished up 5.9 per cent at 1.8 cents each.

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