Fujitsu Australia wins $60m deal with TAFE Qld


By Dylan Bushell-Embling
Tuesday, 01 November, 2016

Fujitsu Australia wins $60m deal with TAFE Qld

Fujitsu Australia has won a $60 million contract to act as the principal ICT support partner to TAFE Queensland.

Under the contract, Fujitsu will provide a range of ICT services including service desk, infrastructure management, network support and cross-functional services.

The contract will involve 38 locally based support staff and a further 50 new back office administrative roles that will be added to the Queensland team.

As part of the deal, Fujitsu will apply the metrics of its ICT Sustainability Benchmark to help TAFE Queensland identify opportunities to reduce the cost of ICT services.

“We are pleased to be working closely with TAFE Queensland and providing them with the innovative ICT services to enable the organisation to deliver quality training to over 120,000 students every year, across TAFE Queensland’s six regions,” Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand CEO Mike Foster said.

“We are continuing to invest in a quality delivery capability in this region and this opportunity builds on our recent successes in Queensland.”

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