ZAGREB, Nov 9 (Croatia Sun News) – The Zagreb-headquartered KING ICT reported that its business cooperation with NATO, worth HRK 6.4 million, would include implementing broadband network solutions and communications infrastructure at the NCI Agency site in The Hague.
The process of implementation, a press release from KING ICT says, will take four months, that is from September to December this year.
Sendi Radic, a KING ICT executive was quoted as saying that the company has had a certificate of business security since 2014 which makes it possible for the company to operate with classified data and close deals at various levels of confidentiality with state institutions and in the EU and NATO.
Radic said that cooperation with NATO is proof that Croatian companies can compete equally at international open tenders and that it is encouragement for creating a better model of association, clusterisation and presentation on the global scene.
In May, KING ICT informed that it had closed a deal with NATO’s Communications and Information Agency (NCI) for the procurement of hardware equipment for the agency in The Hague, The Netherlands, worth just over HRK 5 million.
Based in Zagreb, King ICT is a system integrator involved in introducing innovative business solutions. It currently employs more than 500 people and comprises companies such as Aktivis, specialising in document management solutions and Smart Energy for the development and implementation of energy efficiency solutions.