Portuguese company Oni has been awarded a contract with Mozambican bank Moza Banco to provide video surveillance services, access control and alarms in partnership with local companies Bpartner and Escopil, the company’s chief executive said Wednesday.
Cited by Portuguese newspaper Público, Alexandre Filipe da Fonseca also said that the deal had led to the creation of Oni Moçambique, which is expected to carry out three more projects with Moza Banco and is analysing another potential customers in the Mozambican market.
The contract accounts for “between half and one third of total international business,” that Oni expects for 2014 said Oni’s CEO, who added that invoicing was in meticals and that part of it would remain in Mozambique, “to contribute to growth of the operation.”
Fonseca also said that plans were also being considered for a new partner to take a stake in Oni Moçambique, which is a Mozambican, “company in the telecommunications sector.”
In Portugal, the telecommunications and information technology company has kept the growth targets presented in October unchanged, including revenues remaining at 2013 levels of around 100 million euros. The targets were announced just after Luxembourg’s Altice took control of the company. (macauhub)