Cirrus Networks, also known as (ASX: CNW), has successfully managed to get an AU$2.5 million management services deal with Crown Perth and Crown Melbourne. The Australian-headquartered IT Service Management Company, Cirrus Networks got a five-year contract that includes the voice infrastructure and also the data networks. All will be managed by Cirrus Networks in an effort to fulfill critical performance, availability targets and the continuous flow of business.
According to Cirrus, they were successful due to a cost-effective solution that is helpful for the day-to-day management at Crown. Moreover, the deal got help from the management and monitoring of the company’s network within the specified available targets.
The managing director at the next generation IT service supplier, Matt Sullivan, said, “Cirrus is pleased to have won this competitive tender. He through the teamwork of our Melbourne and Perth offices. We are happy to have the opportunity to partner with Australia’s major entertainment groups. The managed service contract win highlights Cirrus’ continuing ability to provide innovative value-based solutions for customers. Moreover, continue the success in our goal to be the market leader in enterprise management services.”
This year, Cirrus has managed to gain a number of contract wins, including a deal that is worth AU$1.6 million. The deal means that they will have to provide network equipment and maintenance support to Australian Trade and Investment Commission. It will by way of its Correct Communications subsidiary, acquired by Cirrus last year.
Furthermore, the ASX-listed IT solutions integrator was successful in procuring a managed service contract. The contract to manage the network services via telephone and IP network bearing of the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. This took place in January. Through the combination of the organic growth and acquisition, the firm increased its revenue by 176% to reach AU$53.9 million. This all took place in the 2017 financial year.