Software firm Bond International said it had signed a contract worth 1.25 million Australian dollars with one of the country's largest recruitment providers.
Bond failed to detail exactly which firm it was doing business with, but said its software would be installed in the mystery company's network of offices across Australia, Canada, South Africa, Hong Kong, Philippines and the UK, during the course of 2012.
"We are delighted with this contract win," said Chief Executive Steve Russell.
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"It is a high calibre global client which further endorses our market leading product and it supports our strategy of expanding in the fast growing geography of Asia Pacific."
The firm's shares rose 3.6% in early trading on Wednesday following the announcement.
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