Cirrus Networks signs $4.6 million in contracts via new strategy

Cirrus Networks signs $4.6 million in contracts via new strategy

Includes $2.1 million EMC storage contract, $1.75 million VMware licensing contract

Western Australian integrator, Cirrus Networks, has landed three major contracts worth more than $4.6 million as part of a strategy to move away from the mining and gas industries.

The contracts include an EMC storage contract worth $2.1 million with Western Australia's largest operating bank, an iiNet, V Mware Enterprise Licencing Agreement valued at approximately $1.75 million and Curtin University’s Palo Alto security solution, valued at approximately $750,000.

According to a company statement, the expansion of Cirrus’s portfolio into new industries, particularly into tertiary education, reflects the success of a 12 month strategy to provide solutions for industries outside of mining, oil and gas.

Cirrus managing director, Frank Richmond, said the company was delighted to have secured contracts that demonstrated capabilities across such a diverse range of industries and technologies.

"These wins signify our strong position in the Western Australian information technology market,” he said.

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