Tribal Group wins £25m worth of contracts

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International education software and services provider Tribal Group announced on Monday that it had won two contracts with a total value of £25.3m.

The AIM-traded firm said it was awarded a contract by the Abu Dhabi Education Council for the inspection of schools in Abu Dhabi.

It said the contract expanded Tribal's schools' inspection business in the UAE, and made Tribal the sole supplier of school reviews in Abu Dhabi.

The revenue from the contract would be worth £8.5m over two years.

Tribal was also awarded a contract by the Callista Senior Executive Group to extend its support and development of the Callista product for higher education customers in Australia.

The revenue from that contract was worth AUD 27.5m (£16.8m) over four years.

“On behalf of CSEG universities I am delighted to reaffirm our existing partnership with Tribal for a further minimum period of four years, which will enable the continued development and support of the Callista Student Management System,” said Callista chair Peter Marshall.

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