Contact Information and Media Enquiries:
Ms Karen Schilling
Business Manager, Sigma Bravo
Phone: +61 2 6173 0702
Specialist Canberra Firm Wins Significant Defence Contract
Sigma Bravo, a Canberra based Australian company, has announced the signing of a contract with Defence for the long-term integration and support of critical Defence Mission Systems, utilised extensively in aviation operations. The $26.8m, 5-year contract (plus 4 years of extension options) provides Defence with comprehensive support for these systems, and will incorporate both operational and technical services.
Sigma Bravo Managing Director, Tim Wedding commented:
“We are very proud to have been chosen by Defence to be a significant supplier of integration and support services. This is a real endorsement of our people, and in our ability to deliver well beyond organisations of our size. I believe that our company culture is one of the keys to our success. We have always been passionate about delivering beyond expectation and helping to realise new capabilities for our clients.”
This is a substantial win for Sigma Bravo, who specialise in ICT services focussed specifically on aviation operations and information management. Sigma Bravo has established a significant Australian based capability in this field, which has focused on providing exceptional user driven innovation and outcomes.
Sigma Bravo was established in Canberra in 1999 and now employs over 35 people throughout Australia. Their expert workforce provides a wide range of skills focused on integrating and realising genuine capabilities that promote efficiency and safety.
Sigma Bravo’s core values emphasise family, open communication, innovation and quality. They recruit, train and retain a highly specialised and motivated workforce. This has driven their success and growth in these niche services and enabled them to compete with much larger Australian and International companies.
The Sigma Bravo team welcomes this new contract and looks forward to working with Defence to enhance mission system capabilities for the benefit of the Defence community.”