archTIS Ltd (ASX:AR9) has entered a 12-month agreement with the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) for the company’s Kojensi SaaS platform.
The OAIC is an independent agency within the Attorney General’s portfolio, with primary functions around privacy, freedom of information and government information policy and responsibilities including conducting investigations, reviewing decisions, handling complaints and providing guidance and advice.
Kojensi is a platform designed to share and collaborate on sensitive and classified information for both government and industry to help mitigate threats when sharing information across enterprise boundaries.
This new agreement has an initial total value of $44,412, including support services.
The agreement validates the company’s longer-term strategy to move toward a more predictable annual recurring/higher-margin revenue model across a more diversified customer base.
archTIS chief executive officer Daniel Lai said: “As part of its remit, the OAIC conducts activities that require the sharing of sensitive and classified information with other agencies and industry.
“Because Kojensi is accredited by the Attorney General's department for use with both government and industry, it is an attractive value-for-money solution for the OAIC.
“The contract also confirms archTIS’ strategy of supporting clients with their growing information and cybersecurity needs via the active management of electronic materials being transferred between external and counterpart organisations.”