VAR Ramesys is set to rake in more than £50m over the next five years after sealing several new ICT services deals in the first quarter of 2009.
The list of wins includes Building Schools for the Future (BSF) funded contracts with the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, Tameside and Liverpool.
Mark Chambers, chief executive of Ramesys, said: “To be closing deals so early in 2009 has been a great start to the year. We expect to make other announcements shortly as our BSF progress continues. We will now be providing IT services for over 100,000 school students at least, long term, which is a responsibility we take very seriously.”
The firm also revealed that it was on the shortlists for several other BSF contracts and will be bidding for more in the future.
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