The Citadel Group


LeanIX, the leading provider of Software-as-a-Service solutions in Enterprise Architecture Management expanded operations in Australia and has developed a new strategic partnership with Citadel Group Limited (ASX: CGL), the leading technology and software company

Commenting on this new contract, Citadel CEO Darren Stanley said: “We are delighted to have been chosen by the Spotless Group to provide content and collaboration technology services to this world class hospital for the next decade. We have a strong working relationship with the Spotless Group that started in 2010 when Citadel joined the successful consortium engaged to build the $A2.3 billion facility.”

A software and technology company, The Citadel Group Limited (ASX: CGL) updated about securing two contracts, which demonstrated the ongoing commercialisation of CGL’s IP throughout the company’s main verticals which concentrate on scalable solutions.

On Tuesday the DTA revealed another 99 suppliers had joined the panel’s sole supplier under the newly launched COTS software category. Big names to join the panel include Citadel Group.

The Citadel Group has signed a $33 million contract with facilities services provider Spotless Group which will see Citadel provide support, maintenance and technology refresh to the Royal Adelaide Hospital. The 10-year contract came after Citadel designed and installed collaboration technology for the hospital prior to its opening in 2017. Since then, Citadel has been working with Spotless Group to support and manage the hospital’s software and hardware infrastructure.

A record level of recurring revenues combined with strong growth within the software-as-a-service (SaaS) sector led towards a revenue increase of 5.5 per cent to $49.1 million for the six months ending December 31 for Canberra-based Citadel Group.

Citadel-IX is the only fully (end-to-end) ISO27001 certified Content Manager Cloud Solution in Australia. Citadel-IX provides the flexibility, scalability and security that makes a real difference to businesses faced with the challenge of secure enterprise information management. Citadel-IX was purpose-built to meet the needs of Citadel’s extended client base across Australia.

Canberra MSP Citadel Group has acquired government SaaS platform Gruden for $1.65 million from ASX-listed digital payments provider IncentiaPay.

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Citadel Group has been featured amongst 40 other workplaces in Australia that have a killer workplace culture.

Australia’s criminal information reporting service Crime Stoppers may be implementing a new online reporting tool, extending to members of the public additional ways to report crimes.

Citadel Group is working with Crime Stoppers Australia to consider implementation of its vResponder application for Australian law enforcement.

Australia’s criminal information reporting service Crime Stoppers is working with Citadel Group on a new online reporting tool, extending to members of the public additional ways to report crimes.

Kapish announced a strategic partnership with IntelligenceBank to integrate selected business process management applications. A new Kapish ‘IntelligenceBank Connector’ for Content Manager will seamlessly integrate IntelligenceBank’s software with TRIM and Micro Focus Content Manager products.

Newcastle’s John Hunter Children’s Hospital has announced it will roll out the Charm oncology information management solution for its paediatric oncology service.