TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - April 10, 2017) - Imex Systems Inc. ("Imex" or the "Company") (TSX VENTURE:IMEX), a software solutions provider to Governments, Municipalities and Public Authorities, is pleased to announce the following new development to its business operations.
The company has recently signed a professional services contract with the City of Toronto. This is a 3-year contract that is effective from Apr 1, 2017 until April 2020. The City and its agencies, will be using Imex for various IT projects that require specific consulting and software development services around various technology projects.
The Company estimates that the value of the contract will be in the range of $6 million CDN over a 3- year period.
Imex has a long history working with Governments in both the Canadian Provincial and Municipal sectors on a variety of technology initiatives.
About Imex Systems
Imex Systems Inc. is a Canadian software products, solutions and services provider to Governments, Municipalities and Public Authorities in Canada and internationally. Imex primarily focuses on the E-Government and Smart Cities market that include payments. It helps public sector entities to provide "Any Time, Any Where, Any Device and Any Channel" convenience for citizens to access government services and help with digital transformation of government operations and streamline revenue. Imex's various product and service offerings include: iGov - a Digital Government Platform for all levels of governments, which provides all the pre-built components for building an effective Digital Government and supporting payment processing through multiple channels; iCity - a Smart City Solution; and miGov - a Mobile Government Framework.
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