Empired, a managed services provider has secured a master IT supply contract with Western Power, an electricity network builder. The contract has been signed for a duration of three years. It involves a provision to develop, enhance and integrate core business systems across a broad range of services.
Empired Scores IT Supply Deal with Western Power
After signing this deal, Empired is the latest to join a panel of suppliers competing for system integration services who are against three other multinational suppliers. The services to be offered through the deal will support Western Power’s asset operations and maintenance, corporate requirements, and the power distribution network.
According to Russell Baskerville, Empired Managing Director, the company is extremely excited to work with Western Power that will provide strategic IT services and delivery assistance in its digital transformation journey. This contract with Western Power is the latest win for Empired after the preferred infrastructure services and managed services contracts it won earlier in April 2020. Empired also included several vendor partners to address a broad range of technologies. They would also ensure an extensive capacity to deliver and respond to the significant scale of some initiatives.
Andrew Smith, Western Power Head of ICT, stated that currently, the energy market is evolving rapidly. He said that in the present scenario, Western Power is committed to investing in digital technologies and strategies. Smith claimed that this will ensure that the company remains at the forefront of the energy sector in terms of connecting renewables as well as delivering superior energy solutions for all Western Australians.
About the IT service management company Empired
Founded in 1999, Empired is an IT service management company headquartered in Australia. Its specialized services include enterprise architecture, agile working, and data, digital, IT as well as digital customer experience strategy.
Smith concluded that Empired has successfully delivered a seamless transition and is currently meeting all of Western Power’s service expectations under the infrastructure managed services contract. He signed off saying that they look forward to continuing the partnership through the new systems integration contract.
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