Phoenix Software has snared a £46.5m Microsoft licensing deal with Defra.
Commencing on 1 July, the three-year deal was tendered though Lot 3 of the Technology Products & Associated Services framework.
The contract was awarded last week.
The initial recipients of the licensing services are Defra, the Environment Agency, Natural England, Animal and Plant Health Agency, Marine Management Organisation and Rural Payments Agency.
York-based Phoenix Software saw revenue rise by 17 per cent to £152.4m in its latest annual accounts, covering the period to 28 February 2019.
The public sector specialist is now part of the £535m-revenue Bytes Technology Group, which acquired Phoenix in 2017.
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