Roc Technologies has bagged its largest deal to date, a five-year managed services partnership rumoured to be worth in the region of £15m.
Formed in 2011 and run by several former 2e2 executives, Roc hit revenues of £24.5m last year and recently secured £10m investment from the British Growth Fund.
The Newbury-based firm has been awarded a five-year contract to transform and manage IT services by Dounreay Site Restoration as it strives to decommission Scotland's Dounreay nuclear site safely.
"This five-year partnership between Roc with Dounreay will transform IT systems, introduce secure cloud platforms, and improve digital experiences to site users," Roc CEO Matt Franklin said in a statement.
"Through our focus on building and developing world class teams, Roc has become one of the UK's leading enablers of digital transformation to secure and sensitive government agencies."
Roc will also assume responsibility for IT operations, building a NOC and operational capability at the site.
CRN understands the deal, which will kick off on 1 October, is worth somewhere in the ballpark of £15m over its five-year lifespan.
David Lowe, deputy managing director, Dounreay said: "This is a modern, fit for purpose IT system that will help us fulfil our mission to decommission the site safely. We are particularly pleased that Roc shares our commitment to socio-economics and look forward to working with them to investigate ways of bringing new employment opportunities to the area and engage with local schools and the University of the Highlands and Islands to contribute towards learning in IT subjects."
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