Redcentric is pleased to announce it has won a major two-year contract with the Legal Aid Agency (LAA), worth in excess of £2 million.
Redcentric will provide a consolidated, flexible application development & test platform, facilitating the re-hosting of multiple current LAA environments through the provision of an Oracle Engineered Systems SuperCluster-based Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), delivered from a high security level Redcentric data centre. The deal is designed to substantially improve the LAA’s operational efficiency and facilitate agile delivery of LAA’s core systems. Procured through G-Cloud, the contract will incorporate integrated provision of expert Oracle Agile Implementation Services and Advanced Customer Support.
Fraser Fisher Chief Operating Officer, commented “This new deal highlights the Group’s ability to create proven solutions for large organisations and is the latest in a series of multi-contract wins. Redcentric looks forward to working with Legal Aid Agency.”
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