ASG brings on new datacentre and $35 million deal

ASG brings on new datacentre and $35 million deal

ASX-listed services provider brings on power utility company in its latest win

IT services provider, ASG Group (ASX:ASG), has locked in a $35 million contract with Perth-based electricity company, Western Power Corporation.

The contract is to provide datacentre facilities, mid-range infrastructure, network and VoIP managed infrastructure services over five years, with two extension options of one-year.

According to ASG chief officer of sales and strategic operations, Murray Rosa, the win was a significant achievement that boosted the company’s position. It also coincided with the construction of a new datacentre facility.

“This contract win highlights ASG’s expertise and capability in providing infrastructure managed services to large scale organisations,” Rosa said in a statement. “[The data centre] is an exciting development for ASG and for the industry and we believe it will be a key driver of ASG’s revenue growth.”

The Western Power win is just the latest in a string of high-profile successes the company has enjoyed. In late January, it signed a $23m deal with the WA department of education to provide Oracle applications management, server operations and database administration.

In August, 2009, it recorded a year on year profit increase of 24.8 per cent to $11.3m while in mid June it won a deal worth $13m with Qantas.

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