ASX-listed systems integrator CSG has opened an office in Adelaide's central business district following a surge in government contract wins in the state.
The company expected total revenue from its recent managed services contracts with South Australian Government agencies to exceed $12 million in the next financial year.
CSG said it has engaged 30 staff to support the business with numbers expected to grow in the next six months.
Brian Lee, group general manager for Managed Services told CRN that CSG had opened a sales office in Adelaide in February 2009, but it had just "opened a bigger office as a direct result of the wins".
In 2009, CSG was selected as the prime contractor for the provision of enhanced server management and support services for a total of five agencies.
The contracts have a further three years to go.
Issue: 315 | May 2013
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