CRN Australia reports that per the five-year contract, voice infrastructure and data networks at the pair of casino resorts will be managed by Cirrus in an effort to satisfy critical performance, the uninterrupted flow of business and availability targets.
According to Cirrus, its tender was successful due to a cost-effective solution that is supportive of the day-to-day administration at Crown, management and monitoring of the firm’s network within specified availability targets.
Matt Sullivan, managing director at the next generation IT service provider, which was No. 3 in CRN Fast50 last year, said, “Cirrus is delighted to have won this competitive tender through the collaboration of our Melbourne and Perth offices. We are excited to have the opportunity to partner with one of Australia’s largest entertainment groups. The managed service contract win highlights Cirrus’ ongoing ability to demonstrate innovative value-based solutions for clients and continues the success in our goal to be the market leader in enterprise managed services.”
This year, Cirrus has gained several contract wins, including a deal worth $1.6 million to provide maintenance support and network equipment to the Australian Trade and Investment Commission by way of its Correct Communications subsidiary, which was acquired by Cirrus in November last year.
Additionally, the ASX-listed IT solutions integrator in January was successful in obtaining a managed service contract to manage the network services, telephony and IP network carriage of the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre.
Through a combination of organic growth and acquisition, the company has been able to increase its revenue by 176% to reach $53.9 million in the financial year 2017.