archTIS Ltd (ASX:AR9) has launched its secure data sharing platform Kojensi Gov for commercial sale.
Kojensi Gov is based on a system already in use by the Australian Department of Defence.
The launch follows the expansion of a beta program to include the Aged Care Royal Commission, and an International Security Registered Assessors Program (IRAP) assessment the company could store government data at a “protected” level.
archTIS managing director Daniel Lai said: “I am pleased to announce that with the launch of Kojensi Gov, we are on a clear pathway to scalable commercialisation across multiple industry sectors.
“The successful completion of beta activities with the Attorney General’s Department and successful completion of the IRAP assessment provides further important validation of Kojensi Gov as a strong platform for holding classified information up to the protected level.”
Clear path to commercialisation across government and nongovernment sectors
Lai added: “I am confident that based on the already strong pipeline of opportunities identified, that we are well positioned to secure commercial contracts in both the government and non-government sectors in the coming months.
“We remain focused on continuing to build on the momentum and incredible feedback we have received for the platform by nurturing our growing pipeline of leads and network of interested parties among both government and industry affiliates.”
SaaS product revenues expected to gain traction over the coming months
Kojensi Gov is expected to be met with strong interest and demand, with a broad range of commercial opportunities already identified by archTIS and its strategic and reseller partners.
SaaS product revenues are expected to gain traction over the coming months, as archTIS focuses on converting its strong pipeline of opportunities into commercial contracts.