Smart50 entrant MyNetFone wins $20 million contract to get Tasmanian Government talking VOIP
Listed VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) services provider and Smart50 entrant MyNetFone has won a $20 million contract with the Tasmanian Government.
The company will provide VoIP services to the state government over the straightway three years, with the opportunity of seven more, which will involve installing new infrastructure and maintaining the new systems.
The announcement of the contract comes as more businesses are moving from old phone networks to internet-based services, which are set to become more popular as the National Broadband Network continues to roll out across the country.
MyNetFone was founded as a dedicated VoIP service provider in 2006, and at that time later moved into dedicated internet services. The company has been listed since its inception.
Great reference now
"We've got a great reference now, and not just for other contracts however for our business clients as so then. If people see the fact Tasmania relies upon us for their services, that's an endorsement and it's going to work out then for us."
Sugo as well said Tasmania's recent adoption of the research proves it is viable enough to replace existing services, and that it has "reached the maturity and scalability" to service the largest public and private sector organisations.
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