Businesslink shortlists four vendors for tender

Citrix, Dimension Data, Microsoft and Soliton selected

Sydney-based corporate services provider and NSW government agency, Businesslink, has selected four vendors for a tender to upgrade its IT delivery core infrastructure components.

Citrix, Dimension Data, Microsoft and Soliton Network Consulting are the only vendors invited to bid, according to tender documents,.

Businesslink spokesperson, James Joseph, said it selected suitable vendors after conducting research and talking to various IT companies.

“The vendor has to show experience using Citrix and Microsoft technologies covering application virtualisation and delivery to client devices,” he said.

Businesslink has worked with all four vendors in the past.

The tender closes on Monday, 27 September.

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