Defence extends Objective deal

New five year deal cements 10 year relationship

Objective Corporation (ASX:OCL) has signed a $10 million, five year, extension to its current deal with Defence.

Under the deal, Defence will upgrade its current Objective deployment to version 7.5 for around 25,000 users within Australia over the next 12 months.

Following this, the software is likely to be rolled out to up to 60,000 users over a further two-year period.

Defence has used Objective as its electronic document and records management solution since 2000.

According to Department of Defence Freedom of Information and Information Management Assistant Secretary, Tony Corcoran, the new agreement with Objective would allow Defence to maximise benefits from its existing investment.

In May Defence said it was to build an “ontology based repository” for the Defence Intelligence and Security Group.

In April it said it would new, replacing the existing communications centre and implementing a new external communications system.

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