Brisbane's Tactiv secures NZ govt contract

Tactiv
Monday, 15 August, 2016


Brisbane's Tactiv secures NZ govt contract

Brisbane-based SaaS developer Tactiv has secured a contract with the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) to develop software to manage its $600 million-per-year aid program.

Tactiv has worked with MFAT since 2014 to test, design and configure the company’s enQuire solution, a full lifecycle grant, contracts and project management software solution.

The company is taking on new staff to scale enQuire’s capabilities to support large enterprises and international operations.

“Over the last 12 months we have doubled our staff to over 30 to help with product development, project delivery and SaaS support,” said Tactiv Managing Director Simon Warner.

“Today enQuire manages over $18 billion worth of grants across 50 commercial organisations and government departments throughout Australia and internationally, including: the Queensland departments of Natural Resources and Mines, and National Parks, Sports and Racing; NSW’s Office of Emergency Services; and the World Health Organization.”

Member for South Brisbane Jackie Trad welcomed the news that new jobs were being created in South Brisbane.

“This is a great example of what the Palaszczuk government is looking to support with its Advance Queensland initiative,” Trad said.

Warner said Tactiv was now focused on medium to large government departments in Australia and New Zealand as well as corporate and not-for-profit organisations in Australia, the US, UK and Canada.

Trad said she “was pleased to see Queensland Government agencies such as Sport and Recreation working with Queensland-based SMEs to build international capacity and expertise in Queensland”.

Tactiv will be looking for investment to finance growth and meet market demand for enQuire.

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