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Index – Economy – 4iG has attracted billions in bids from the National Bank of Bahrain

Index - Economy - 4iG has attracted billions in bids from the National Bank of Bahrain

4iG has won billions for developing IT infrastructure and implementing the KLIR system, according to extraordinary posts uploaded to the BSE website.

4iG Plc was also announced as the winner of two bids for Magyar Nemzeti Bank (MNB):

  • The European Union’s open public procurement entitled “Budapest IT Infrastructure” as a consortium (in addition to 4iG, T-Systems Magyarország Zrt. And Officium Szolgáltó Kft. Members of the consortium) won a net 2.6 billion HUF
  • Net implementation of the KLIR system, also in the European Union, and in open bidding of 1 billion HUF.

The aim of the previous project is to develop an information technology infrastructure for MNB in ​​Budapest which “includes conditions for workers working on site, functions of the building computer room, system support and monitoring. Hardware and software components”. In the other project, the goal is to implement the logistics system that provides the entire Hungarian cash flow background and the Data Inquiry Unit (combined: KLIR) that is part of the system, as well as operational support for the completed 60-month system.

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