Two Victorian Government agencies have bought outsourced IT infrastructure services from ASX-listed UXC.
Victorian WorkCover Authority and the state’s Transport Accident Commission awarded UXC control of their infrastructure and selected projects for a minimum three years with two additional two-year extension options.
UXC classed the deals as “substantial contract wins” in an announcement to the stock exchange today.
Managing director Cris Nicolli said the deals "established UXC as a true alternative to multi-national organisations that operate in Australia".
UXC won the Transport Accident Commission deal from Fujitsu, The Australian Financial Review, reported.
Delivery of that project had already begun, UXC said.
UXC was a $700 million revenue ASX 300 company with 3,500 staff.
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