Telecommunications company Clever Communications (ASX:CVA) has been awarded a contract worth $700,000 per year to provide managed internet services for the education sector.
The company said it would provide the services for “a large number of education facilities,” without elaborating. Clever expects all the contracted services to be operational by March 2010.
Clever managing director Scott Carter said the contract was a reflection of the education sector’s rapid shift towards online tools and e-learning environments.
“The need for high quality managed internet services [is becoming] critical,” he said.
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