archTIS Ltd (ASX:AR9) has signed on the Australian Government’s Attorney General’s Department as the first beta client for its technology platform Kojensi Gov.
The Kojensi Gov technology platform has been built on archTIS’ secure information sharing and collaboration platform that is currently being used by the Australian Department of Defence.
Kojensi Gov has a unique security model that enables government agencies to share and collaborate on their information whilst meeting regulatory, security and sovereign compliance requirements.
The first public demonstration of Kojensi Gov was at The Technology in Government Conference in Canberra on 7 August 2018.
Following the highly positive response from participants at the conference, and leveraging an extensive network of government relationships, archTIS secured the Attorney General’s Department to be the first beta client.
The Attorney General’s Department is pivotal to delivering programs and policies to Australia's law and justice framework.
Securing the department as a foundation client for the beta phase provides key recognition for the reputation and capability of the archTIS technology.
The beta program will commence in December 2018 and is expected to continue for about 12 weeks.
The objective of the beta program is to enable organisations to provide feedback on the usability of the interface and the utility of Kojensi Gov features for securely sharing classified information, prior to its commercial release in early 2019 and the onboarding of paying subscribers.
archTIS managing director Daniel Lai said: “We have been overwhelmed by the response we have received from Government Agencies and the interest in Kojensi Gov.
“I am delighted that the Attorney General’s Department has agreed to be a beta client and am looking forward to working closely with them.
“We are in discussions with other organisations interested in participating in the beta program and expect there will be further announcements in the near future.”