- Orcoda has signed a contract with Auscol Logistics and renewed its Baycorp Logistics contract, the combined contracts are worth up to $80,000
- It has signed a $10,000 contract for its Software as a Service (SaaS) platform with Auscol
- Ocorda has also renewed its contract with Baycorp for $70,000
- Orcoda remains steady and is selling shares for 25¢ apiece
Orcoda has singed a contract with Auscol Logistics and renewed its Baycorp Logistics contract, the combined contracts are worth up to $80,000.
Orcoda is a leading Australian logistics solutions provider for the resources, healthcare, and transport sectors.
The company has announced it has signed a $10,000 contract for its Software as a Service (SaaS) platform installation and logistics network with Auscol.
“This order although under $10,000 integrates our technology into a division of an Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) listed company and Orcoda welcomes this as another step for growing its Transport Logistics Division revenue base.
Auscol is part of the GrainCorp Group and is specialist in the environmentally responsible collection and recycling of used cooking oil and fats.
It is the first company to recycle cooking oils and fats and has coverage of 97 per cent of the Australian population.
According to Auscol, the used cooking oils and fats industry diverts almost 90,000 tonnes of waste from landfill and waterways per annum.
Ocorda has also renewed its contract with Baycorp for a further 12 months. The contract is worth approximately $70,000.
Baycorp is Australia’s leading debt recovery agency, it also offers collections and credit checks to help resolve the debt.
Baycorp has been using Orcorda’s SaaS platform for 10 years in its Western Australia offices.
The platform provides the Bailiff services for the Southern Zone of Western Australia. This includes Assistant Bailiffs, Sheriff’s Officers and Service Agents to the Western Australian Department of the Attorney-General and the Department of Transport.
Bailiff and Field services deliver documents, undertake legal process serving and enforce court orders in Perth and regional Western Australia.
“The above two contracts demonstrate the diversity of uses of our SaaS platform and our ability to solve complex transport,” the company told the market.
“And supply chain issues within organisations that need to track deliveries or pickups and manage assets, people and process within the supply chain,” the company added.
Orcoda remains steady on the ASX this morning and is selling shares for 25¢ apiece at 12:08 pm AEDT.