IT networking and management company, Kiandra IT, has reported a strong Q3 acquiring 11 new clients from January to March.
Infrastructure contracts Kiandra secured included Australian Securities Ltd/Nicholas O'Donohue & Co, Cancer Council Victoria, Community Housing Federation of Victoria and International Energy Services.
Under the terms of the contracts Kiandra will provide a comprehensive mix of infrastructure solutions including managed services, network services, virtualisation, archiving and desktop deployment services with scope for additional project opportunities.
In addition to the 10 new infrastructure contracts Kiandra has signed a deal with Perth-based Total Coolants to develop a custom Coolant Performance Reporting Management System.
Kiandra has also extended its software development services engagement with existing customers including the Australian and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance, Department of Sustainability and Environment, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and Victoria Police.
Kiandra IT managing director, Cameron Brookes, said he was pleased to announce the significant number of contract wins and extensions which confirmed Kiandra’s presence as a growing IT service provider.
“This is a substantial number of new clients to attract in a short period of time and highlights the strong period of growth the company is experiencing,” he said.
“Our FY10 results showed a 32 per cent increase in revenue and the size of the company has grown by 38 per cent in the last 12 months. We don’t expect this to slow as the outlook of the IT services industry in our chosen markets remains strong, with business confidence levels high.”
Kiandra is looking at further opportunities to supplement its contracted business over the next few years.