Alithya (TSX: ALYA) has been awarded a three-year contract to provide digital transformation assistance service for an unidentified ministry of the Quebec government. The company reports the contract is worth US$6.6 million.
Specifically, the client ministry has tapped the firm to provide support to its internal IT teams in the “implementation and deployment of business solutions.” This will include consulting, management, and operational support services in the development of the infrastructure.
“[Our] expertise in business architecture enables us to provide the client with an integrated agile approach comprised of leading-edge technologies and a full range of complementary services, including strategic and technological consulting, project management, and customized enterprise solutions,” said Alithya Senior Vice President for Public Sector–Quebec Dave Moreau.
The contract is expected to commence within October 2021.
Alithya last traded at $3.50 on the TSX.
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