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By | Christopher Williams 8th February 2006 11:53

RM wins £6.4m contract

Firm to provide Solihull ICT

RM has won a £6.4m contract from Solihull Council to provide the authority's schools with ICT services.

The deal is part of the borough's Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme. As well as providing services to existing schools, RM will be involved in designing and developing ICT for planned education investment.

RM CEO Tim Pearson said: “Establishing a position as a valued partner in BSF projects is an important part of RM's business strategy.”

The contract is expected to run for four years, eight months. ®

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