Singtel and Optus Business secure a five year A$530m contract with ANZ
12 September 2013 - Singapore Telecommunications Limited (Singtel) and Optus Business today announced they have signed a A$530 million agreement with ANZ to provide telecommunication and managed services for a further five years.
The ANZ deal reinforces Optus Business’ ability to deliver end-to-end managed telecommunications services across Australia and the Asia Pacific region, leveraging Singtel’s extensive international network reach and capabilities.
The scope of services of the agreement includes domestic and international data network services, mobility, collaboration, contact centre services and managed services to support ANZ's business operations.
Singtel Group CEO Chua Sock Koong said, “Today’s announcement demonstrates the ability of Singtel and Optus Business to support our customers’ growth ambitions not just locally, but globally.
“Singtel and Optus Business are at the forefront of driving market leading enterprise services and we are proud to partner with ANZ as it continues to expand domestically and internationally. This agreement again shows Singtel as a leading ICT service provider in the region," Ms Chua said.
ANZ Chief Executive Officer Mike Smith said, “The services provided by Singtel and Optus Business underpin the connectivity of our business and the delivery of services to our customers in Australia, Asia and the Pacific. This agreement represents ANZ’s largest managed services relationship and we are very pleased to continue our partnership with Singtel for a further five years.”