ASG wins $2 million Canberra contract

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ASG wins $2 million Canberra contract

Perth-based IT services provider, ASG Group, has secured a $2 million tender with the ACT Government to merge nine separate instances of Oracle financial applications into one platform across 12 ACT agencies.

The two year contract will see ASG consolidate the ACT Government’s use of Oracle's financial applications suite version 11.5.9 to version

ASG will also provide system implementation and integration services to the government's Shared Services Centre, which provides financial reporting, auditing and procurement services to the State’s government agencies.

ASG region manager Richard Everett, said lowering the cost of ownership and delivery were some of the key deliverables the company was aiming to achieve.

"We look forward to continuing our relationship with ACT government and to providing significant value as it works towards an improvement of its back-office systems," Everett said.

The announcement caps a strong growth year for ASG, which also signed contracts with the WA Department of Corrective Services, the Victorian Department of Education and the Victorian Metropolitan Ambulance Service.

The project is expected to be completed by July 2008. Further extensions to the contract will be reviewed then.

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