HARROGATE based InTechnology has won its first major contract since being bought by its rival for £65 million.

The IT group, which was acquired by Redcentric in November, has secured a major contract with an unnamed NHS partner, on a project to deliver enhanced IT infrastructure for the health and social care sector.

Redcentric said in a statement: “The contract is a multi-year agreement with annual revenues from the initial deployment expected to be a seven-figure sum.”

Following the acquisition of InTechnology, the enlarged business has its headquarters in Harrogate with operations in London, Cambridge and Reading.