Listed channel company IT&e announced its e-commerce division has won tenders for developments at the Attorney General's Department and Westpac.
IT&e's eCommerce solutions Adelaide office won the Attorney General's Department tender to develop a new Australia and New Zealand Crime Prevention Unit site. The site will be used by Ministers and other senior officials to share information on crime prevention.
IT&e's Sydney office also added Westpac to its list of financial customers, announcing the development of a browser-based currency derivatives trading application for Westpac's Financial Markets division.
It&e's eCommerce division originally developed the Commonwealth Bank's ComSec trading system. IT&e business development manager Malcolm Warne said they are now involved in projects for all four major banks.
"Westpac financial markets trade currency derivatives, among other things, and it is a technologically intensive part of their business," he said. "We will be developing for them a new currency options application that goes above and beyond what they already have."
Warne was unable to disclose the value of either contracts, but said they were "significant".