TMCNet:  EVRY enters into IT contracts with Gassco

[January 09, 2013]

EVRY enters into IT contracts with Gassco

Jan 09, 2013 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) -- EVRY ASA has entered into two strategically important contracts with Gassco for the delivery of IT services in connection with the operation, maintenance and further development of Gassco's applications portfolio.


The agreements represent total estimated contract value of NOK250 million over the course of an initial contract period of three years and a further two-year option period. IT is strategically important for Gassco, which operates the integrated transport system for supplying gas from the Norwegian continental shelf to European countries.

EVRY has enjoyed a long-term contractual relationship with Gassco for the delivery of IT services ever since Gassco was first established. These two strategic agreements have now been renewed, and will cover the areas of operation, maintenance and further development of elements of Gassco's applications portfolio.

In addition to the two agreements mentioned above, EVRY and Gassco have also entered into an agreement for services in the areas of Help Desk /Operations and monitoring, which include first-line support, as well as second and third line support, network services, technical applications (systems operations), consulting services, round the clock IT cover/back-up, SAP support and development, and also hardware deliveries.

"Our agreement with Gassco is strategically very important for EVRY, and particularly for our activities in Haugesund and with the oil and gas industry in south-western Norway. The agreement demonstrates that we offer a competitive delivery model with particular emphasis on providing local presence and delivery capacity combined with market leading expertise and strength from other areas within EVRY," said Terje Mjos, CEO of EVRY.

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