Gen-I has won a contract to supply information and communication technology services for the 2011 Rugby World Cup. Rugby New Zealand 2011’s chief operating officer, Therese Walsh, says she is pleased that after an international search a New Zealand-based company has been able to secure the contract. “Gen-i has demonstrated both the capability and commitment to provide a broad and complex range of services to the tournament,” she says. “These services include providing data, voice and mobile networks, hardware, software, project management, enterprise architecture security/testing services and on-the-ground support personnel through until the end of RWC 2011.” Gen-i CEO Chris Quin says the company is well placed with the scale, technology and infrastructure to help contribute to the overall success of the event. Neither party has revealed the value of the contract.
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