Global Health Limited (ASX:GLH) has won a four year contract with Gippsland’s Yarram health service to provide the latter with its MasterCare product.
The four year contract is valued at $200,000 (read: $50,000 a year in revenue).
The Yarram health service is the seventh community health service entity to purchase MasterCare from Global Health on a software-as-a-service (SaaS) basis.
Global’s share price has climbed 5% to 31.5c in early afternoon trade.
Global Health CEO Michael Davies says the move demonstrates Global’s ongoing acumen in developing its sales pipeline across Australia.
“We’re delighted to provide solutions to improve community and mental health services and hospital care in regional Victoria,” Davies said.
The Yarram district covers a significant portion of the Gippsland area; which has been targeted specifically by Global Health as it seeks to expand its presence through regional Victoria.
Worth noting is Global’s penetration of the governance procurement market.
The company provides the WA Mental Health Commission with its software solutions.
Global has not been spared from the sell-off season, with year to date performance down -10%.
One year returns for investors are worse off, at -37.6%.
However, one month returns reflect 21.15%.
The company has a market cap of $17.8m and is ranked 158 or 210 ASX-listed healthcare entities.
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