Getronics wins $30m outsourcing deal with Curtin University
- 07 July, 2000 12:49
IT services company Getronics has signed an outsourcing and leasing deal with Curtin University.
Estimated to be worth more than $30 million over three years, the deal entails Getronics providing integration and support services to the university.
Earlier this month RentWorks was signed as the prime contractor.
In addition to design and implementation, Getronics will provide maintenance for the entire ICT infrastructure. This will include both new and existing desktop and network facilities, such as support for more than 7000 desktops.
Getronics Australia managing director, Robin Dixon, said it was a "significant win for RentWorks and Getronics and one of which we are very proud".