UXC lands Toyota, Hills Industries IT project work

Jun 6, 2012 3:16 PM
While retaining Transport NSW contract.

Systems integrator UXC has landed key IT project work with Toyota Australia, Hills Industries and the NSW Government.

The UXC-owned Red Rock Consulting has been brought into Hills Industries' year-old Primus transformation, which will see a 'global' Oracle JD Edwards template created and rolled out across the business.

Fellow UXC subsidiary Oxygen has landed work on Toyota Australia's major SAP system rollout, and on an unknown project with GrainCorp.

In addition, UXC Connect said it had retained and grown the scope of an existing managed network services contract it held with the NSW Roads and Traffic Authority (RTA).

The RTA has been combined with the former Department of Transport to form Transport for NSW. UXC will supply network services to the combined entity for three years in a deal worth around $12 million.

"We are pleased to be able to renew and extend our relationship with Transport NSW, and that we have delivered outcomes to the department over the years that warrant their continued faith in us," UXC managing director Cris Nicolli said.