The Queensland Health Clinical Excellence Division has tapped ASG Group to provide support, maintenance and future enhancements to its mental health data repository.
The contract is worth $9.4 million and runs from January 2019 to 2022, with the option for an extension up until January 2024.
Specifically, ASG will support the Integrated Mental Health Data Reporting Repository (IMHDRR) application across Cairns and Far North Queensland, Mount Isa & North West Region, The Central West, South West and Darling Downs, Townsville, Mackay Whitsunday Region, Rockhampton, Gladstone, Wide Bay Burnett and South East Queensland.
IMHDDR is a business intelligence solution that provides the foundation for reporting and analysis on mental health related data.
The offering collates data from multiple source systems and provides mechanisms to report information about mental health consumers and services.
According to tender documents, the IMHDRR also provides a secure platform for access to a broad range of information and provides mechanisms for ‘self-service’ reporting functionality that is be utilised by Hospital and Health Services (HHS).
"We are very pleased with the latest contract win, which is part of our strategy to be a market leader in Australia and a genuine alternative to the global players," ASG Group COO Dean Langenbach told ARN.
"ASG is a proven safe set of hands for managing large scale, mission critical and highly sensitive tasks for government customers."
ASG has secured several major contracts in the past 12 months, including a $16.5 million contract with Queensland water utility company Unitywater to migrate all its IT to Microsoft Azure public cloud.
Furthermore, the technology provider also won a deal with the Victorian Government’s Department of Justice and Regulation for the provision of a secure platform for the cloud hosting of selected applications.
Meanwhile in April 2018, ASG Group won an $84 million deal with Airservices Australia in what was called the "biggest cloud migration in Australian Government history" by facilitating the transformation of existing legacy IT into an agile, on-demand, cost-effective, cloud-based solution.
Most recently, the business finalised a $11 million contract to execute on the Australian National Audit Office’s (ANAO) “digital-first” approach, in a three-year deal designed to drive adoption.
Langenbach told ARN that the opening of the National Operational Centre in Adelaide highlights ASG's commitment to its customers.