Ness, Hilan Tech win gov't tender

The tender process was conducted by the Accountant-General's office with the intention of reducing government costs on computer security software.

Tel Aviv-based Ness Technologies and Hilan-Tech have won the tender to provide anti-virus software for the government's 40,000 computers and 10,000 servers. The tender process was conducted by the Accountant-General's office with the intention of reducing government costs on computer security software. Ness is a global provider of end-to-end IT services and solutions designed to help clients improve competitiveness and efficiency, while Hilan Tech is one of the leading application service providers in Israel, for overall management of the human resources such as payroll, human resources, time and attendance and pension administration.