archTIS Ltd (ASX:AR9) has started beta program activities with the Commonwealth Attorney-General’s Department (AGD) to test market readiness of a new cloud-based version of the Kojensi Gov information security platform.
Formal user testing of this Kojensi Gov technology, which provides a secure platform for the management and sharing of sensitive information, is scheduled to go live in January 2019.
This will ensure AGD staff are available for the testing and monitoring of the platform after the festive season break.
archTIS managing director Daniel Lai said: “Our beta program is crucial for testing the market readiness of archTIS’ new cloud-based version of Kojensi Gov to help ensure its commercial success when launched next year.
“We have now commenced beta program activities and are familiarising end user clients in the Attorney-General’s Department.”
This month archTIS is providing Kojensi Gov product and feature familiarisation sessions for AGD beta participants.
Testing program of up to 12 weeks
In addition, company engineers are working closely with AGD technicians and secure cloud service provider, Vault Systems, to ensure technical connections are in place for the testing period of up to 12 weeks.
A key objective of the beta program is to enable the AGD to provide feedback on usability of the interface and the utility of Kojensi Gov features for securely sharing classified information.
Commercial release of the cloud-based version of Kojensi Gov is on track to be launched in the first half of 2019 and archTIS plans to begin the on-boarding of trial and paying subscribers from this date.
Lai said: “I am pleased by the enthusiastic response we have received already.
“We look forward to the commencement of user testing in January 2019 and receiving their feedback on the platform.”
The company is continuing to forge strategic relationships to expand its Kojensi suite of secure content collaboration and information sharing software products.
archTIS’ strategic partnership with Vault Systems provides a solid foundation from which to secure a range of government and commercial customers requiring market-leading information security services.
Potential for strong growth
The Canberra-based company said the scalability and affordability of the archTIS platform provided the potential for strong growth in recurring income streams.
Considerable investment has been made to date to ensure that the Kojensi platform is highly user-friendly whilst also providing significant information security protection.
Unique security model
Kojensi Gov has a unique security model that enables government agencies to share information and collaborate whilst meeting regulatory, security and sovereign compliance requirements for up to ‘protected’ classified information.
The AGD is pivotal to delivering programs and policies to Australia's law and justice framework and as such, is ideally suited to beta test archTIS’ secure information sharing platform.