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Fujitsu Hong Kong Awarded Standing Offer Agreement to Supply IT Professional Services to the Government of HKSAR




Hong Kong, China, October 11, 2017 /ChinaNewswire.com/ - Fujitsu Hong Kong Awarded Standing Offer Agreement to Supply IT Professional Services to the Government of HKSAR

Sustaining the 4 years of support to the Government of HKSAR on IT outsourcing services as a shortlisted contractor since 2013, Fujitsu Hong Kong is proud to announce that it has entered into a Standing Offer Agreement (SOA) for Quality Professional Services 4 (SOA-QPS4) with the Government of HKSAR for another 4 years.

"We are honored to be recognized for our excellent services as one of the shortlisted contractors to serve the government, this enables us to continue our aspiration to serve the public sector," said Leo Ng, General Manager, Sales Marketing, Fujitsu Hong Kong. "We strive to support the government with our state-of-the-art technologies and team of best-in-class professionals, realizing our commitments to co-create a better society for the community in the future.”

Under the SOA-QPS4, Fujitsu will contribute to pre-implementation and independent programme/project management services (Category 1); on-going services (Category 2 – Major Service Group); and implementation and combined system development services (Category 3 – Major Service Group). The agreement period is effective for 48 months from July 31, 2017.

During its engagement with the Government of HKSAR under the previous SOA-QPS3 beginning in 2013, Fujitsu was among the top 3 service providers, having secured contracts with a cumulative value of over HK$90 million. Fujitsu Hong Kong was involved in a total of 20 projects including Network Support Services of the Office Automation System for Lands Department, System Maintenance and Support of Web-based School Administration and Management System for the Education Bureau, Data Conversion of Digital Traffic Aids Drawing for the Transport Department, among others.

Notes to editors:
1For Categories 2 and 3, IT projects are classified into Minor Group and Major Group. IT projects in the Major Group cover those with work assignment value over HK$3 million but not exceeding HK$15 million. For Categories 1 and 4, there will be no subdivision into Groups and the work assignment value shall not exceed HK$15 million.

Source: ChinaNewswire.com

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