HP Enterprise Reaches $500 Million Deal with Aussie Tax Agency

HP (NYSE:HPQ) Enterprise Services reached an agreement with the Australian Taxation Office, the government’s principal revenue collection agency, worth $500 million, U.S.

According to the firm, “Under the five-year agreement, HP will deliver the agency’s Centralized Computing Services, which support the ATO’s new multisource model. HP will deliver Data Center Services to migrate ATO to a next-generation HP data center facility. The state-of-the-art facility will provide the ATO with greater agility, flexibility and compute power to meet its growing business demands.”

“Government agencies around the world are facing smaller budgets while trying to enhance value to taxpayers, ” said Robb Rasmussen, vice president, Best Shore Services, Asia Pacific, HP Enterprise Services. “HP will help ATO meet its future business requirements through controlled and efficient management of its technology infrastructure.”

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