Swift says it has secured an installation agreement and a new three-year subscription agreement with OZ Minerals Limited to service its Carrapateena mine site, in South Australia, with Swift Access.
The total contract value of both agreements is A$1.4 million ($954,680) over the three-year subscription term and includes associated installation revenue, with installation expected to be completed in the first half of the 2023 calendar year.
Swift said this contract represents ongoing subscription revenue for Swift Access: Swift’s premium entertainment and engagement solution powered by proprietary technology developed specifically to enable a reliable service within low bandwidth environments, Swift’s local 24-hour support and other additional channels.
Swift Access will allow OZ Minerals staff to cast their favourite streaming apps from their mobile device straight to their room’s TV, all while maintaining user privacy and offering smart device setup and allows management to improve efficiencies for facility staff.
As part of the agreement, Swift Access will provide OZ Minerals staff with Swift’s full content library including first-release movies and sector-specific mental health and indigenous education resources. Swift Access also allows facility managers to easily upload and distribute site information such as inductions, health and safety messages and more, directly to TVs across the site.
The entire Swift Access experience is managed by Swift’s unique bandwidth management platform and includes support services over the three-year term.
Swift CEO, Brian Mangano, says: “This new contract continues the roll out of Swift Access to the mining industry and is another significant step in our goal to be the product of choice. We are excited to work together with OZ Minerals and look forward to creating new, innovative solutions to address the challenges of the FIFO (fly-in fly-out) lifestyle.”