ASX-listed CSG has signed new contracts worth $22 million.
Spread across both the private and public sector, the largest new contract is a seven-year deal with the Victorian Department of Treasury and Finance (DTF). Under the contract, CSG will develop and support the State Resource Information Systems (SRIMS).
It has also signed a five-year contract with AJ Lucas to implement the Oracle eBusiness Suite. Other contracts include a tender with the NSW Government to deliver the Working with Children Check IT system for the NSW Commission for Children and Young People, and a contract with IDP Education to deliver an Oracle based financial system to support its operations in about 20 countries.
In the past quarter, CSG has closed more than $100 million worth of annuity revenue contracts in its IT Services business in the Northern Territory, NSW and Victoria.
The integrator recently splashed some cash to buy CRM and IT service provider Aaromba.
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