The US business has landed a deal for its GT-4 timeclock product with one new client, a healthcare management firm which provides human resources and payroll solutions that works with more than 30,000 businesses. It is a three-year contract and has a minimum value of US$1mln over that period.
The other contract win is with an existing customer to provide the company's flagship device, the GT-10, to one of the largest retailers in the US. Newmark estimates it could potentially worth US$3.8mln over the next 2-3 years.
"The new GT-4 is faster, is more performant and critically for many operating in the mid-tier part of the HCM market, is a lower cost device than its predecessor,” Andy Rainforth, GT Clocks president said in a statement.
“We genuinely believe it represents the best value hardware in this market sector," he added.
Marie-Claire Dwek, Newmark chief executive, meanwhile, said: “We are delighted to see our investment into creating our next-generation timeclocks being repaid with these customer wins. The US has been a significant part of our growth story in recent years and we expect that trend to continue."