The Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) has added 21 providers to the Software Licensing and Services Panel, commercial off the shelf (COTS) Software.
Specifically, the new additions span Aginic; Anstat; Attribute 3; Australian Centre for Advanced Computing and Communication; Baidam Solutions and Capital Analytics, in addition to Delv; Drivelock Software; Infront Systems; Insight Enterprises Australia; Knosys Solutions and Intech Solutions.
Furthermore, other providers include NTT Com ICT Solutions; Outcomex; Quest Software; Sentrient and Snow Software, in addition to Telstra; Teradata; Kirra Services and Veritas.
The panel was launched in March 2018 with Microsoft Licensing Solution Providers as the first category with Data#3 being named as the sole provider of Microsoft licensing solutions on the software procurement arrangement.
One year later, the DTA announced 99 providers had joined the COTS Software category of the panel.
The panel is built to be "flexible", so as technology evolves new software and services can be added through future refreshes of the panel.
The launch followed a request for tender closed on 20 September 2018. The DTA had not set a maximum number of panellists to be included on this Category 2 Panel.
"Now, the DTA is looking for providers to come on board. We hope to appoint multiple sellers to the new category," the department said in a statement in August 2018.
Notable providers on the panel of 121 also include ASI Solutions; Civica and Dimension Data, as well as Enosys Solutions; Ethan Group and Forward IT.
Furthermore, other partners include Fujitsu; LiveTiles; Shelde and The Citadel Group, in addition to Unify Solutions; Veritec and Winc among others. A full list can be found here.