OSI to spend €400k on e-business system


13 Dec 2007

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Ordnance Survey Ireland (OSI) is to spend €400,960 on a new e-commerce system, siliconrepublic.com has learned.

Following a competitive tender, OSI has awarded the lucrative contract to Spanish Point Technologies, a Microsoft partner company that specialises in .Net deployments.

The aim of the project is to systemise the sales process within the Ordnance Survey of Ireland.

According to the tender award, Spanish Point Technologies succeeded based on being the most economically advantageous tender in terms of cost and meeting key objectives.

In recent months OSI tendered for the supply and maintenance of new functionality ‘within an e-commerce environment’ to support sales management and reporting.

It is understood that at least three companies pitched for the business.

By John Kennedy