Data#3 scores $7 million Microsoft contract with CSIRO

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Data#3 scores $7 million Microsoft contract with CSIRO

The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) has awarded Data#3 with a contract to supply Microsoft software licences.

The $7 million covers a number of Non-Common Cloud Commitment (CCC) licences that cover a range of enterprise products, not including Office and Windows. The contract runs from 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2022.

The licences include Microsoft Dynamics, the CSIRO’s standard enterprise software for data management and resource planning.

A CSIRO spokesperson told CRN that Dynamics is used “in a wide variety” of the government agency’s applications and platforms.

The spokesperson added the contract is part of a Digital Transformation Agency volume sourcing arrangement with Microsoft, where all non-CCC products and services must be purchased from Data#3.

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