Redcentric secures 1.0m pound contract with broadband provider

AIM-listed end-to-end managed service provider Redcentric has reported a contract with a UK mobile and broadband services provider for a managed Wide Area Network (WAN).

AIM-listed end-to-end managed service provider Redcentric has reported a contract with a UK mobile and broadband services provider for a managed Wide Area Network (WAN).

The contract, which is worth approximately £1.0m over the next 12 months, will cover the monitoring and support of the WAN, managed security services and technology enhancement and management, Redcentric said.

It comes after the company was awarded a managed service contract renewal from the same customer in December.

Fraser Fisher, Chief Operating Officer of Redcentric, commented: "We're delighted that yet another customer has been so impressed with Redcentric's quality of service that it has chosen to take an additional managed service from our compelling portfolio. Furthermore, this adds another retail chain that is entrusting Redcentric to keep its high street shops connected and ready for business."

Redcentric's share price was up 1.17% to 86.50p at 09:35 on Thursday.

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