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KUALA LUMPUR (Nov 3): Infomina Bhd has secured a three-year contract worth approximately RM49.39 million from the Home Ministry to provide maintenance and support services to the core business system of the National Registration Department.

Infomina will provide enhancement, upgrade, and/or new application development services for the core business system known as Business Utama ICT.

This encompasses a requirements study, applications and system testing, technical support, and the nationwide roll-out of relevant applications, Infomina said.

The contract spans from Nov 1, 2023 to Oct 30, 2026. It accepted the SST (surat setuju terima) from the ministry on Friday.

“The renewal of the SST in the future will be subject to a new SST to be awarded by the ministry,” it said.

The value of the SST excludes the sales and service tax, it added.

The company, which was listed on the ACE Market just under one year ago, has announced a slew of contracts in recent months.

This includes a contract back in October, valued at RM35.4 million from Bangkok Bank Pcl, for the provision of technology application and infrastructure operation services.

In April, it bagged a six-year contract from the Companies Commission of Malaysia (SSM) to provide a platform for the public to search, extract and purchase data on companies and businesses registered with SSM.

Infomina also won a US$5.4 million (RM25.54 million) contract from the Philippine National Bank in March for the provision of technology application and infrastructure operations, maintenance and support services to the bank from March 2023 to February 2026.

In February, it bagged a US$3.3 million contract for the provision of technology application and infrastructure operations, maintenance and support services to Maybank Indonesia — part of the Malayan Banking Bhd (Maybank) group.

Shares in Infomina traded up one sen or 0.66% to close at RM1.52 on Friday, giving it a market capitalisation of RM907.89 million. The counter has gained 280% from Nov 25, when it was listed at an initial public offering price of 40 sen.

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