Ajilon, Permeance and Systemic have been selected from 38 tender applicants to provide web and application development services work for the Department of Education.
The three companies will share in an estimated $19.35 million of work under the initial two-year contract, which begins from the start of next month.
In a statement, Ajilon said it would sit on two of the state’s education department panels – one for the provision of web development and the other for application development.
“The panel will provide the department with the capacity to efficiently support a range of business and e-learning systems as well as the department’s internet and intranet sites,” the company said.
“Over 50 systems will be supported under the panel arrangement.”
The Department of Education hosts over 100 sub-sites and 6,000 pages, which provide information and e-business services to the education community.
Ajilon general manager national sales and solutions, Charandeep Chhabra, said the company was excited to be added to the Department of Education’s panels and to work alongside them and the partners.
Ajilon also provides support for applications systems and project systems for the Department of the Attorney General.