PERTH-BASED web services provider HarvestRoad has secured a deal to provide its Hive technology for the Mexico-based Latin American Institute of Educational Communication (ILCE) for its Federated Digital Repository System.
Under the terms of the deal, the ILCE will use Hive in a $220,000 one-month pilot, from this week.
The program will encompass a teacher’s network and interactive distance learning and e-learning online concept named Capacinet.
HarvestRoad’s executive chairman Graham Barty said the successful completion of the pilot could extend to a three-year contract worth several million dollars in sales revenue.
“Being awarded this contract would substantially meet the company’s FY 2003-04 forecast of in excess of $4 million in sales revenue,” he said.
“The Capacinet service is all about assisting communities in the areas of education, culture, health and economic development.”
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