The Revenue Commissioners, the tax and customs authority in Ireland, has awarded a two year contract to Fujitsu Services for ICT services and support.
Dublin (eNewsWire) 12 December 2007 – Fujitsu Services, a leading European supplier of IT services and consultancy, will provide strategic ICT architecture and maintain quality assurance for the Revenue Commissioners in Ireland. The deal is worth 3m Euros and includes the option of a one-year extension.
Fujitsu and Revenue have a working relationship dating back several years in which the IT services firm has helped establish a number of infrastructure needs for the public services department.
Fujitsu Services has a widespread presence in Ireland, with an operation that includes more than 600 staff and a successful history in providing IT solutions and services to several public and private sector businesses and departments.
“We have an excellent track record in delivering real business value for our customers”, said Regina Moran, CEO of Fujitsu. “We are delighted to have been awarded this contract from Revenue Commissioners and we look forward to working with them in the delivery of their ICT strategy over the coming years”.
Chairman of Revenue Commissioners, Frank Daly, commented, “Revenue and Fujitsu have already worked very successfully together in providing the enterprise server and storage systems for our flagship applications. Fujitsu and their subcontractors are now providing expertise for technical architecture, certification and standards and quality assurance and testing work.”
Fujitsu Services designs, builds and operates IT systems and systems for customers all over Europe and has worked in the retail, telecoms, government, utilities and financial sectors. Fujitsu?s core strength is the delivery of IT infrastructure management and outsourcing across desktop, networking and data centre environments.
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