UXC snags Vic WorkCover, TAC

UXC snags Vic WorkCover, TAC

Summary: UXC has announced that it has secured two new contract wins with Victorian WorkCover Authority and the Transport Accident Commission.

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TOPICS: Legal, Outsourcing
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in brief UXC has announced that it has secured two new contract wins with Victorian WorkCover Authority and the Transport Accident Commission.

The three-year deals with two two-year renewal options, which UXC called the largest since the formation of its Business Solutions Group, will provide IT infrastructure and project resources to the organisations.

"It is a major win for us and further establishes UXC as a true alternative to multinational organisations with operations in Australia. Our success should help provide the confidence for more customers to engage with Australian-owned and operated organisations for their IT and support requirements," said UXC managing director Cris Nicolli.

UXC has already begun working with the organisations.

Topics: Legal, Outsourcing

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  • This is great. It’s good to see this type of work being kept in Australia and not outsourced. We think this will provide Australians with higher trust in our larger organisations and government departments. Workcover Compensation
    BonnieWC