Atos added to DTA Software Marketplace

By Dylan Bushell-Embling
Thursday, 18 November, 2021

Atos added to DTA Software Marketplace

Digital transformation specialist Atos has been added to the Digital Transformation Agency’s Software Marketplace procurement portal.

Government agencies using the Marketplace will be able to acquire Atos software solutions including AMPS7, the company’s new Australian-made smart asset management and planning platform.

The platform delivers smart logistics support via a web-based application that can be readily integrated into legacy systems. It is ready to support digital platforms including mobile, drones, IoT and digital twins.

The new offerings on the Marketplace also include Atos’s Evidian range of identity and access management security solutions, which are designed to help organisations improve their security posture while complying with regulatory requirements.

Atos Australia Managing Director Mike Green said the company is pleased to have been added to the DTA’s Software Marketplace.

“We look forward to helping federal agencies in leveraging the use of digital technologies to accelerate and simplify their processes. By applying predictive analytics for intelligent asset management and planning systems, organisations can create more value out of data at a reduced cost,” he said.

“In addition, protecting and managing the access to their data has become crucial. We believe Atos’s solutions AMPS7 and Evidian will enable a more secure, efficient and even faster public service.”

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