Atea scoops €46m defence sector contract in Norway

This is the fifth large frame agreement the Nordic reseller has won with this sector in the last two months

Kelsey Rees
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Atea scoops €46m defence sector contract in Norway

Atea has entered into a new framework agreement with the defence sector and the Norwegian National Security Authority (NSM).  This is the fifth large frame agreement which Atea has won with this sector in the last two months. The deal has an estimated annual value of NOK 485m (€46m) and covers hardware, software and consultancy services.  The term of the frame agreement is two years with a possible extension of another two years. "We are deeply honored that the defence sector has ...

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