ICT product and services provider LongReach Group (ASX:LRG) has revealed it has won over $2.7 million worth of new business in three countries.
The company said its wholly-owned subsidiary, C4i, has secured deals to supply its Public Safety Application suite in Vietnam, California and Illinois in the USA.
The unit has also signed extended contracts with some existing Australian clients.
C4i, which specialises in providing services for military and government customers, said the deals are for systems appropriate for police and fire services. They will involve a turnkey installation, including design, manufacture and commission.
The extended deals in Australia are worth a combined $1.3 million of the $2.7 million total.
C4i managing director Peter Harrison said the public safety offering is based on its SwitchplusIP communications system product, originally developed for the defense industry.
The product has been adapted to meet the requirements of emergency services and other safety organisations.
“The Vietnam contract win is the result of years of work in establishing an effective sales network in Asia,” he said, adding that the US deals show its local subsidiary is gaining traction in the market.
LRG shares stayed unchanged during Thursday's trading at $0.033.
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