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Local telco in with Vodafone

PERTH company APT Systems has beaten 14 other tenders to win a lucrative contract from telecommunications giant Vodafone.

Under the deal, for an undisclosed sum, APT Systems supply the telco’s Vodafone Information Services department with its leading iAPT Methadology product.

It is the biggest licence sale of the iAPT product and eventually will support 200 Vodafone staff using the system.

APT WA sales manager Trevor Dudley said the business won the contract due to the system’s compatibility and ease of use.

“Firstly, the methodology is concise enough to make it useable, and secondly it is a browser-based format so it blends in really well with existing technologies companies are already using to do other areas of businesses, such as internal management systems,” Mr Dudley said.

He said companies used APT Methadology to understand the requirements of IT systems before they are built and integrated.

“For example, an IT manager may have to work out what sort of requirements are needed to develop a software package to manage their finances,” Mr Dudley said.

“They’ll sit down and grab their methodology and they’ll go through and do a functional requirements specification and, at the end, they produce a documented result of what needs to be done to produce this finance package.”

APT Systems has licensed its systems to national clients, including Austrade, Queensland Health and the NSW and WA Police Service.

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