Cirrus Networks has scored a $2.5 million managed services deal with Crown Melbourne and Crown Perth after a successful tender.
Under the five-year contract, Cirrus will manage the data networks and voice infrastructure at the two casino and entertainment complexes in order to meet critical performance, business continuity and availability targets.
Cirrus, which was No.3 in the 2017 CRN Fast50, said it won the tender based on a cost-effective solution that supports Crown's day-to-day administration, monitoring and management of its network within specific availability targets.
"Cirrus is delighted to have won this competitive tender through the collaboration of our Melbourne and Perth offices," said Cirrus managing director Matt Sullivan.
"We are excited to have the opportunity to partner with one of Australia's largest entertainment groups. The managed service contract win highlights Cirrus' ongoing ability to demonstrate innovative value-based solutions for clients and continues the success in our goal to be the market leader in enterprise managed services."
Cirrus has picked up a handful of contract wins this year, including a $1.6 million deal to provide network equipment and maintenance support to the Australian Trade and Investment Commission through its subsidiary Correct Communications, which Cirrus acquired in November 2017.
In January, Cirrus won a managed service contract with Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre to manage its network services, including IP network carriage and telephony.
The company grew its revenue by 176 percent through a combination of acquisition and organic growth to reach $53.9 million in the 2017 financial year, the largest company in last year's CRN Fast50 awards,