UXC lands Queensland Health contract
- 05 February, 2013 11:35
ICT consultancy firm, UXC Limited (ASX:UXC), has been awarded the Major Prime Systems Integration Contract by Queensland Health.
UXC was offered the prime systems integrator role for the supply, installation, testing and support of telecommunications products and services.
As per the agreement, UXC will supply Queensland Health with products and services including: telecommunications infrastructure products, telecommunications infrastructure services, as well as associated service delivery and support mechanisms.
The contract will enable UXC to provide core technologies including data and voice communications systems, wireless LAN systems, audio visual and video conferencing systems, paging and messaging systems, network management tools and ancillary services.
UXC managing director, Cris Nicolli, said the contract was of strategic importance to UXC.
“The strong alignment with key international infrastructure partners is a key differentiator in the UXC approach. The award of this contract strengthens UXC’s strategic direction and investment in infrastructure capability and our solutions focus,” he said.
UXC said, in a statement, that the impact of receiving this contract, together with the recent contracts with Gold Coast University Hospital and Telecommunications Facilities Management will provide the company with a strong second half revenue position.
The agreement will last for three years, and includes a two one year options panel contract.
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