Open Windows wins tenders from NT, ACT
Contract lifecycle management software provider Open Windows Software has secured two major contracts to implement whole-of-government platforms for both the NT and ACT governments.
The NT government has selected Open Windows through an enterprise contract management system supply tender. The government aims to centralise and automate its contract management, standardise processes and improve business intelligence.
The ACT government has also selected Open Windows through a tender process for a new Capital Works Management system, which will handle all contract, financial and project functionality for capital works projects. It will act as a single repository for information on construction projects.
Open Windows secured a $3 million contract covering the supply of the system as well as support services.
Both governments will be implementing Open Windows Software version 7.0, which includes a new modular procurement framework to help customers better manage complex tenders and large-scale contracts.
“This is recognition of the strength of the Open Windows contract management solution in the Australian government market,” commented Jeff Kennett, Open Windows chairman and former Victorian premier.
“The product is built and supported by an Australian organisation for Australian businesses. These recent sales demonstrate the significance and value of this against strong international competition.”
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