ArchTIS, a global provider of innovative software solutions for the secure collaboration of sensitive information, announced the company has signed an agreement with Babcock Australia Pty to license Kojensi. Kojensi is a government-accredited software as a service (SaaS) platform that is designed to share and collaborate on sensitive and classified information between government agencies, industry and industry supply chain.
Babcock has signed a total contract value of A$241,200 of which A$78,000 is for annual recurring licensing revenue (ARR) across an initial 100 users; with the ability to purchase additional licenses during the contract period, users are expected to grow. The contract term runs until 24 May 2026. The contract can be terminated in the first 30 days by either party through written notice, termination outside of this period will incur full costs for the term.
Babcock is a Defence, Aviation and Critical Services company that operates across the Marine, Aviation and Land Sectors. Babcock employs more than 1,600 people in Australia and New Zealand. Babcock has selected Kojensi for their extranet service to share information securely across their supply chain and with their clients. Babcock Australasia is part of Babcock International Group, the global aerospace and defence company.
Daniel Lai, archTIS Managing Director, said: “Babcock Australia is a well-recognised global Defence prime and their selection of Kojensi validates the value it offers to quickly deploy a secure platform for sensitive information exchange. It is an important milestone in our continued drive to make Kojensi the preferred platform for the secure sharing and collaboration of classified information between partners across Defence and the supply chain.”
James Inge, Head of IT Babcock Australasia, said: “Babcock Australia is pleased to enter into a relationship with archTIS for Kojensi services. We went through a rigorous process to evaluate a platform that not only met our user’s requirements but our stringent security requirements as a Defence Prime. Kojensi ticked all the boxes for us.”