archTIS wins $7m Defence contract
Secure collaboration software company archTIS has won its highest-value contract to date through an agreement with the Australian Department of Defence.
The $7 million contract will see the Department expand and enhance its existing deployment of archTIS’s Kojenski secure document sharing and collaboration platform.
A little under half of the contract value is payable over a two-year period, with the remainder dedicated to services, support and hardware contracts and payable on delivery.
The contract win expands archTIS’s relationship with Defence following its participation in the successful KPMG-led consortium bid for Tranche 1 of the OneDefence Data Program. As part of its involvement in the consortium, archTIS will consult on data security architecture.
Announcing the deal, archTIS CEO and Managing Director Daniel Lai said the company also has other wins in the defence and national security game in other markets.
“Over the past 18 months we have been actively targeting global defence agencies and the broader defence industry due to their compelling need to secure highly sensitive information,” he said.
“This target market strongly aligns with the unique value proposition our products offer. Kojensi and NC Protect are filling a critical need for zero-trust information security in the well-funded defence and intelligence market and the industries that support them.”
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