K2fly Limited says it has received orders from entities related to or associated with Fortescue Metals Group Ltd for the provision of software development services with a total contract value of A$1.2 million ($766,780).
The services will be provided on a time and materials basis over an expected period of six months.
The iron ore miner has been using K2fly’s services since 2012, initially signing up to use its Infoscope Land Management software. Within this it is also using the ASX-listed company’s Ground Disturbance Solution, among others.
Nic Pollock, CEO of K2fly, said: “We pleased to be working with Fortescue across a number of areas in the business. Fortescue are using a number of our platform solutions and, in addition, have engaged us for software development services in other areas of their business. These services are additional one-off revenues for K2fly and are also generated from time to time with other K2fly clients.”