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  • archTIS has announced the Commonwealth Attorney General Department has purchased its Kojensi Gov platform
  • The Department has signed a 12 month contract
  • The contract includes a minimum of 50 people with the option to add more users monthly

archTIS has announced the Commonwealth Attorney General Department has purchased its Kojensi Gov platform for an initial 12 month term.

archTIS specialises in protecting classified information for government bodies and industry partners. The Attorney General Department will be the first customer for the Kojensi Gov platform.

Kojensi Gov is a secure content and collaboration cloud service that is created for the multi-level security information sharing and collaboration needs of the Government.

The platform was officially launched in April and currently has 50 users which generate a revenue of $30,000. However, the company is expecting user numbers to grow throughout the year.

The Attorney General’s Department will use Kojensi Gov for secure collaboration with external government and non-government agencies.

The contract includes a minimum of 50 people but the department has an opportunity to add more users monthly.

archTIS Managing Director Daniel Lai is pleased to sign its first government department customer to Kojensi Gov.

“Securing such a high profile organisation clearly demonstrates the utility of our platform in enhancing the security of sensitive information,” he said.

The company is in discussions with other government and commercial clients and expects to announce more sales in the near future.

“We are excited by the potential commercial opportunity available to us and look forward to accelerating our rate of customer acquisition and making more announcements like this in the near future,” Daniel added.

archTIS has gained 30 per cent on the ASX today and is currently selling shares at 13¢ apiece at 11:10 am AEST.

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