ASG signs $11.5 million ERP deal

The Department of Environment and Primary Industries will shift its ERP system to the Cloud

ASX-listed IT services provider, ASG Group (ASX: ASZ), has landed a $11.5 million ERP contract with the Department of Environment and Primary Industries (DEPI) in Victoria.

Under the three-year deal, ASG will provide Cloud-based hosting and managed services to modernise the DEPI’s ERP system. It will transition DEPI to a service-focused consumption-based model, deployed on ASG’s locally based datacentre. It also comes with a two-year extension option.

ASG Group managing director, Geoff Lewis, said it won the contract against a number of larger multinational competitors.

“ASG demonstrated local expertise in helping complex Australian organisations transition from legacy platforms,” Lewis said. “This deal with DEPI supports the Victorian Government’s overarching IT strategy, which seeks to revitalise agencies’ business processes through outcomes-based technology.

“We are confident that our discussions with a number of government agencies will lead to similar agreements in coming months.”

Since June, ASG has signed $97.5 million in new agreements with a range of public and private sector companies across the country. This includes its recent partnership with Clough and a five-year $11.3 million deal with the Department of Housing in Western Australia.

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