Gen-i has signed a four year contract with the Capital & Coast District Health Board to deliver its telecommunications services. The deal, following a competitive tender, includes the provision of mobile, fixed line calling, paging solutions, and maintenance as well as a strategic planning partnership to assist the DHB in developing their roadmap to unified communications, according to Gen-i. The contract also brings all mobile services for Capital & Coast District Health Board on to Telecom’s XT network.
In a statement, Ross Edmonds, Capital & Coast’s acting director for ICT, said that the contract would deliver significant efficiencies and cost savings to the DHB.
Gen-i’s said its mobile and voice proposal used the syndicated government mobile plan combined with a tailored voice proposal to deliver the greatest possible cost-savings.
Chris Quin, CEO of Gen-i Australasia, said that the new deal builds on Gen-i’s long standing relationship with Capital & Coast DHB to deliver a truly end-to-end telecommunications services.
The new contract includes provision for 1,200 mobile handsets.
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