Hyro wins deal with ANZ

Digital services company Hyro (ASX:HYO) has been chosen as the implementation partner for a marketing portal under development by ANZ (ASX:ANZ)

Digital services company, Hyro (ASX:HYO), said it had won a new portal contract with ANZ (ASX:ANZ).

Hyro has been selected to become the implementation partner for a platform to help the bank support its marketing strategy.

The platform will also be used to deliver news, research and information from financial industry experts to ANZ's customers.

Hyro's contract covers services including business analysis, solution architecture and technical and development services.

“We welcome the opportunity to partner with ANZ to drive their business objectives in the e-commerce and digital arena,” Hyro chief executive, Bill Votsaris, said.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Hyro earlier this month reported a 65 per cent decline in calendar 2010 profit, but said it was confident it would soon be in its strongest ever financial position after paying off the last of its historical tax debts.

The company launched a $4 million rights issue the month month before in order to meet the payment obligations.

HYO shares grew by a quarter on Friday to $0.005.

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